All I want for Christmas is a New Job…some good news

 

I get to work with some great people and I’ve just been contracted to help FISCAL Technologies, a leading software and solutions company, to find candidates for several exciting roles based from their EMEA Headquarters in Reading, Berkshirefiscal-log

This is traditionally a time of year when companies are slowing down, planning for New Year projects and preparing for the final quarter of the financial year. FISCAL like to do things differently. They’ve just finished another fantastic year which has seen 80% sales growth last year.

A little about the company. FISCAL Technologies delivers world class accounts payable forensic software for corporations and government organisations to protect spend, cut costs, reduce risk and create best-in-class accounts payable teams.

Christmas ListFISCAL’s AP Forensics® enterprise suite analyses accounts payable transactions, master supplier files and tax entries. It has been designed specifically for purchase to pay staff to run easily on a constant monitoring, daily or weekly basis. It works alongside any accounting system and has been used to protect hundreds of millions of transactions across the globe over the last 10 years.

 

If you’d like to be part of a great team then FISCAL are looking to attract candidates for the following roles:

1 – Software Developerhttp://www.reed.co.uk/jobs/software-engineer-high-growth-software-house-finance-sector/22364239

2 – Accounts Payable Improvement Consultant http://www.reed.co.uk/jobs/consultant-accounts-payable-recovery-audit-/22360468

3 – Sales Executive. http://www.reed.co.uk/jobs/sales-executive-software-/22349830

To find out more about FISCAL Technologies visit www.fiscaltechnologies.co.uk

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