September 2014 Newsletter

Andrew Mennie Newsletters


Reporting the way it should be

Give us back our 11 days!

In 1752 Britain decided to abandon the Julian calendar in favour of the Gregorian, and by doing so skipped 11 days. The 3rd of September instantly became the 14th of September, resulting in a complete blank in British history between the 3rd and the 13th of September 1752. I wonder what the accounting records looked like for that period!

In this month’s newsletter we look at an interesting case study on how Origin Fruits transformed their reporting with PrecisionPoint, a light-hearted look at our “Environmental Policy”, and Accountingweb’s recent coverage of Mike Evans’ latest blog…

30 Years of stagnation

Origin Fruit Direct – Case study

Origin Fruit Direct implemented Microsoft Dynamics NAV in 2010 and soon came to realise that the reporting system was very limited and it was difficult to access detailed financial and commercial information to make informed decisions.

They then implemented PrecisionPoint, and the results exceeded their expectations. To read the whole case study

AXUG and NAVUG, St Louis, 2014

Every Byte Counts

Kevin Stanway takes a light hearted look at our environmental policy-we guarantee it’s not like any other one you have ever seen!

Click here

PrecisionPoint March 2014 Newsletter. Webinar:Power BI

The Consolidation and Reporting Trap

Accountingweb has picked up one of Mike Evans’ recent forthright blogs…

read it here

We do hope you enjoy the newsletter. If you have any suggestions for new content, do write to me –

Olivia Parker

Olivia Parker