An update has been released by Elesar Ltd to Prophet, the comprehensive accounts package for RISC OS. Version 4.05 of the software benefits from features requested by users and some problems addressed – including an important one for users of the Making Tax Despicable Digital (MTD) feature.
Elesar Ltd has released an update for comprehensive accounts software Prophet, bringing it up to version 4.02.
From the start of April, any business whose turnover is above the threshold for VAT registration has a new set of rules to comply with, falling under the banner of ‘Making Tax Digital‘ (MTD). VAT records must now be maintained ‘digitally’ (which in this context means ‘in computer software’ rather than paper records), and returns […]
A new version of comprehensive business accounts package Prophet is now available from Elesar Ltd. The update to version 3.96 includes a number of changes to help in the area of internationalisation, reflecting the number of customers not based in the UK. In addition, there have been a couple of other minor fixes. The software, […]
A portent of coming… increased functionality! A new version of Prophet is now available. The software is a comprehensive business accounts package, with features that compare well to those found on much more expensive accounts packages on other platforms. It was originally written by Quentin Pain and sold through Apricote Studios (now Accountz), and as […]
Blessed be thy VAT return. Elesar Ltd‘s Rob Sprowson will be visiting the RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) on Monday, 17th September, when he will be giving a presentation entitled “Prophet and more.”
While in the world of Windows there is a great deal of software for businesses to choose from to look after their accounts, the choices on RISC OS are very limited in comparison. In recent years, the choices have become even more limited as the operating system (and underlying hardware) has moved on, and older […]
The next meeting of the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) will take place on Wednesday, 5th September, and the meeting will feature two visiting dignitaries.