2010 has been a very busy year for us, we’ve run 176 projects, building 93 websites so far since January! As our financial year draws to a close at the end of this month we are moving our accounting system away from Sage, which we have used since 2002, to FreeAgent an online accounting system. This will be a lot more efficient for us – allowing email invoicing, simple repeating billing and online payments. This will tie in with our new monthly billing system for hosting and domains and SEO payments, all by standing order, meaning simple, easy and affordable hosting for everyone with no big annual bill, just small monthly payments to cover everything.
2011 looms ahead of us, but work is already booked in for January and we have some projects scheduled to take us as far as Easter, along with ongoing SEO contracts. We’re feeling pretty confident about the economy, seeing plenty of clients growing and expanding!
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