Tuesday, June 2, 2020

PKF Cooper Parry to host business seminar on The Cloud

Business advisory and accountancy firm PKF Cooper Parry will be hosting a free seminar next month for those who want to maximise the Cloud for their business.
Taking place at the firm’s office at East Midlands Airport on November 12, the breakfast seminar will look at the importance of the Cloud and the benefits of a business switching to it.

IT partner at PKF Cooper Parry, Victoria Dytrych, will be hosting the event. She said: “PKF Cooper Parry IT is one of the East Midland’s leading businesses, providing solutions to SME’s and privately owned businesses across the region.

“We have helped many businesses switch to the Cloud throughout the region, whether small or large, by providing them with a cost effective, efficient alternative.
“Next month’s seminar will demonstrate the benefits of switching to the Cloud, detailing how it helps cut costs and boosts business productivity.”

Alongside Victoria, speakers at the event will include Mark Dolman, director at Datto talking about the importance of having a disaster recovery plan in place, as well as Cloud users, director at BA International, Ben Queisser and managing director at Innes England, Tim Garratt. They will provide short presentations on how the Cloud has taken their businesses to the next level.

Victoria added: “We are pleased to have some brilliant business leaders speaking at the event. They are all service users so they will be able to draw on their own experiences of the Cloud and why it matters.

“This will be an informative event for all that attend and we hope to see as many businesses as possible, as they take the next step in switching to the Cloud.”
The seminar will take place on November 12 at 8am at PKF Cooper Parry’s office at East Midlands Airport in Castle Donnington.

For more information, please visit www.pkfcooperparry.com. Alternatively, you can email events@pkfcooperparry.com or call 01332 411 163.

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