How Clarity can help you with GDPR compliance
At Clarity Software, we are committed to delivering a product and service which helps our customers adhere to the new GDPR regulations. A couple of months ago, we published an article introducing the six key areas of the GDPR – from a Clarity perspective. We recommend that you give this a quick read before diving into this update. Since our last article, we’ve held a number of intensive workshops – involving the developers, support team, […]More
The GDPR – A Clarity perspective
As you may have heard, the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) – which currently governs the collection, storage and handling of personal data in the UK – will be replaced from 25th May 2018 with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Lauded as the ‘biggest change to data protection law in a generation’, the GDPR has attracted a lot of attention recently – particularly due to the rather large sums that companies could be fined […]More
Make your business run like clockwork
Clarity Software has – quite frankly – an absurd amount of uses and benefits, so it can be tricky to explain it all without droning on. Flicking through Print Solutions recently (always an informative read – I highly recommend it), I came across a fantastic article on management information systems (MIS). It’s a great introduction to what a huge impact the right MIS could have on your business. The following article is taken, with permission, […]More
What is the difference between Mark-up and Margin?
Mark-up vs Margin Are you confused about what the difference is and which one puts more money in your pocket? Understanding the difference between the two pricing models can have a dramatic effect on your bottom line….and you’d be amazed at how many business owners are a bit unsure about the difference and whether there is a difference at all! But that’s ok, I come across it frequently – it’s more of a confusion really […]More
What’s your time really worth?
What do you earn an hour? Have you ever sat down and worked out your true worth Do it now… Divide your salary by the hours you work! So, if you earn £80,000 pa and work 50 hours a week for 49 weeks a year that’s 80,000 divided by 2,450 = £32 an hour Then have you ever thought about how you use those valuable hours in your business? Let’s face it you’re expensive and […]More