“No one has ever become poor by giving.” ― Anne Frank
Horton Accounting Services specialise in Accounts Payable (AP) processes and improvements for Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs), and large international organisations.
They carry out contract work at offices of such enterprises who need help whether it be simple invoice processing to assist with a backlog, or improving a company’s way of operating its Accounts Payable function, Tom is there to help.
Company Director Tom has nine years experience in working in an Accounts Payable environment at a large utility company. His roles have varied from basic administration to the technical aspects of the ERP system used by the department.
In addition to this, he has also been pro-active in the development of P2P (Procure to Pay) processes in large organisations. His help and expertise in this field has helped higher management make various key decisions.
As well as running his own company Tom has laboured long and hard to set up The Work Train Project.
In a nutshell, The Work Train is a new, exciting project aiming to help people with disabilities learn new key office skills such as Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook, and assist them to take this experience in to new jobs in the future.
#TheWorkTrain came about from various events. Firstly, Tom is very keen to help support local groups and charities in the community and wanted to come up with new ways to help instead of just monetary donations.
He took to the Twitter world and came across #CharityHour (every Wednesday, 8:00pm). This is a very interesting hour where numerous charities come together and tweet about themselves, whilst answering various questions on a particular topic. From his original thoughts, then coming across #CharityHour, he came up with #TheWorkTrain!
There is no cost for this service for either the charity involved, or the student. The only condition is that the charity helps with the IT equipment if needed, as training is provided on-site.
Keeping the idea as simple as possible there are no other “terms and conditions” or “agreements”, or anything like that. The project is there to help both charities and students as much as possible.
The project is really keen to get other businesses involved. Whether it is a service you could “donate”, or whether you could spare a few hours a month going to a charity and train students on a particular computer or life skill, they need your help.
To register your interest, please complete the online form on the website
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