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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


SOFTWARE WILL SAVE THE TREES


Local software company Invu Services Limited estimates its software is saving around 35,000 trees per annum. Using the same approach, and additionally an


assumption that half the member businesses have adopted some form of digital technology, it is estimated Northamptonshire Chamber of Commerce members require more than 10,000 trees per annum to service their paper use. These estimates take no account of any recycled


paper and are based on statistics provided by third parties. Roadrunner Recycling say the average office worker uses 10,000 sheets of paper per year. Parikshat Wadhera, MBA from the Indian Institute


of Management Calcutta, has identified that it takes one tree to produce 8,333 sheets of paper. Data from a Blueline blog, sourced from the Two


Sides Report, suggests that an area of 5,300 acres would be required to sustainably farm enough fibre (from tree growth) to produce the paper consumed by Northamptonshire Chamber members each year. Invu’s software enables a business to receive


electronic documents via e mail and process and store the documents without ever having to print them. Invu would like to survey Chamber members about


how they have digitally transformed their business. To take part please email survey@invu.net


‘THE AVERAGE OFFICE WORKER USES 10,000 SHEETS OF PAPER PER YEAR’


TAX SOLUTION IS A DOD-DLE


A software development company has built cloud accounting software called Dod-dle which has been recommended by HMRC. The software from Northampton-


based Web Alliance Ltd is now connecting to HMRC’s API for quarterly VAT submission and annual returns submission under HMRC’s upcoming policy under Making Tax Digital (MTD). The recognition is fantastic news


for Web Alliance Ltd which was launched by Ashish Kumar and his wife Iram in 2012 after they had worked in the software industry in India, Tanzania and the UK for more than 15 years. Ashish said: “Every business is


unique and has a distinct working style. In choosing new software, businesses often find themselves forced to abandon their working practices and adapt to the new software and how it works. We believe it should be other way around – the new software should be built around the demands and processes of the business works.” To find the link to Dod-dle on


HMRC’s website, see the section on Record keeping and Simpler Income Tax applications/software.


EPOS SYSTEM OFFERS BOOST FOR RETAILERS


Northampton-based IT provider Nuvaas Ltd is launching a brand new product for retailers. Managing director Vishal Patel


has been developing a new EPOS system for the past 12 months and is now ready to hit the market. He said: “It is built using modern


technology and is cloud-based which allows managers and owners to view their store performance and manage their business in real time from anywhere in the world. “I have more than 20 years’


experience in the industry helping varied business address their individual needs and challenges


and have taken this experience and my knowledge of different EPOS products to design and develop this product. “I feel I have a good


understanding of the market and how we can use technology to help our clients save time, cut costs and increase profits. “We’re all about personal service


and our business prides itself on the extensive experience we have dealing with customers of varying size from small shops to national high street chains.”


Visit: www.nuvaas.com APRIL/MAY 2019 inbusiness 25


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