Datastring Cloud Backup (20/4/19)

RNH have partnered with backup specialists Datastring to provide a cloud backup service to protect your essential data.

It has always been important to have a comprehensive backup plan in place but with the rise in ransomware attacks it has never been more crucial. Datastring takes a daily backup of your Autopart database and transmits it to cloud storage using the highest security methods available, eliminating the risk of the data getting into the wrong hands.

The service is fully monitored and managed with 24/7 support in Irish datacentres.

Datastring is ISO 27001 Certified and GDPR compliant.

If you are concerned about your backup or would like more information about datastring please call support on 01 6260155

Making Tax Digital (23/01/19)

Making Tax Digital is the UK Government’s plan to modernise and digitalise the tax system.

The Government’s ultimate intention is that:

  • HMRC will collect and process information affecting tax liabilities as close to real time as possible;
  • All taxpayers will have digital tax accounts, where they will be able to see all the information that HMRC holds, and keep abreast of their tax position throughout the year.

Integrated Card Payments (15/01/19)

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Card payments can now be processed within the 'point of sale', 'sales order entry' and 'receipt of payment' screens. Transaction identifiers are recorded in the database for reporting purposes, and can be printed on the invoice if required.

The processing service is provided by Paymentsense, one of Europe's fastest growing fintech businesses. The company processes over 250 million card payments per year from its 70,000 customers, using its size to negotiate better rates so savings can be passed on.

New Autocat Report (11/01/19)

MAM Software has continued to expand its range of catalogue data services with the addition of new analysis reports that measure and compare the performance of suppliers and their products in its Autocat catalogue.

One of the KPIs that has been developed as part of the new service is an Expected Performance (xP) rating. It analyses items passed to Autopart point of sale (POS) over the past 12 months by its 11,000 system users, and compares them to an average.

The data measures the performance of individual brands and categories against vehicles in MAM's Make Model Index (MMI). Products are designated a best, good, poor or worst Expected Performance (xP) rating, which indicates whether they are performing above or below par.