ProductVision provides innovative software that automates processes, thereby improving accuracy and reducing time spent on essential tasks. The same could be said of Xero accounting software. Could the two prove to be a match made in the cloud?
client success stories
1991 was the year that hundreds of mysterious crop circles appeared in farmers’ fields across the UK, the government introduced TESSA’s and Mr Blobby started (and ended) his pop career. That same year, two friends from Preston decided to start their own printing business in the city. Back then, they could not have predicted how radically their industry would change over the next quarter century – or that RfM Accountants would be joining them on their business journey.
Emma Murphy and Janet Williams are on a mission. It’s a mission that has seen them making a real difference. They have successfully campaigned for changes that will protect the future health of thousands of babies. And they have made influential friends in high places. Here’s their story and how RfM is supporting them with their quest.
This year, Lancaster restaurant and RfM client Quite Simply French (or QSF for short) is celebrating its 20th anniversary and its most successful year to date. We spoke to QSF owner Robert Mason about his journey to reaching this impressive milestone and one of the vital ingredients in his recipe for success.
The most important aspect of a client’s relationship with us is that you benefit from the right advice and support based on the needs of your business, and you as a business owner. Over recent months, we have worked strategically with Barrow-based training provider Taylor Made Training to support them in growing the business.
Just four years ago, RfM client ST&R comprised a compact team of 15 insurance specialists, occupying, let’s say a ‘cosy’ office space in Chorley. But what the business lacked in decor and facilities, it more than made up for in enthusiasm and drive. Fast-forward to 2016 and the headcount and profit forecasts have grown at a whiplash-inducing rate. So, what is the secret to ST&R’s impressive numbers?