My two favourite shows as a kid were The Flintstones and The Jetsons. One gave me a humorous take on where we had come from, and the other gave me what seemed to be a far-fetched view of where we're going. Just 20 years on and I'm not so sure that Hanna-Barbera Productions had it so wrong.
We are here to make the running of your business as smooth and rewarding as possible, which is why we have designed this workshop specifically for people who may be new to owning a business or find books a challenge.
Staples Rodway Taranaki deliver Xero Up-skill training sessions to help clients and non clients to get the most out of their accounting software. Our Xero experts will focus on a different functionality within each Xero session. Utilise our vast industry experience so you can improve the productivity of your accounts.
When it comes to cost-effectiveness, ‘the Cloud’ clearly rocks. Our Staples Rodway RealTime Reporting solution will help you make sense of the numbers – whether those are the few key numbers that make the biggest impact or a full in-depth management report that allows you to manage your business effectively.
Come and hear from our Staples Rodway experts who will provide insight into what the coming year looks like for local businesses, how the changes to tax and PAYE will affect you and why every business in the region should take cyber security seriously in 2017.
Whether you’re trying to keep on top of the bookwork yourself, or you’ve hired an accounts/payroll administrator, there’s every chance you could improve the process to save you time and money, by using a bookkeeper who knows what they’re doing.
In response to the growing need for New Zealand businesses to improve their cyber security, Staples Rodway Taranaki IT Director, Rob McEwan shares his tips to avoid the potential damage faced by many businesses.
As a small business with a staff of 7 dealing with a large number of clients, Ag Traction’s Managing Director, Trent Hall, was struggling to keep up with lengthy administration tasks and found he was spending more time working on the financials of the business rather than in the business itself.