Considering the gloomiest budget ever was announced yesterday it’s nice to know that the people who know more about money than the rest of us are joining the Irish Internet Association. The IIA are delighted to welcome Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon into the association and sincerely hope they have some hot tips to share with the rest of us. If they do tell us to get on our bikes they are not being rude: as far as I can make out us cyclists seem to be the only people who will be getting money back from the Government. Barry Meehan, owner of Worldwidecycles.com will be happy today!
But I digress. To quote themselves, Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon have a lot to offer those in need of Accounting and Business Consultancy:
With substantial experience in both the public and private sectors, Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon offers a comprehensive range of Accounting and Business Consultancy services to our clients across the island of Ireland.
In all areas of the practice, we provide partner clients with pragmatic, expert led, personalised advice and insights that help them succeed, grow and prosper.
And they do indeed have some information about yesterday’s budget of course. You can download their perspective on it from their site as a PDF.
The IIA welcomes the O-C Group as the newest members of the association. In their own words
“O-C Group’s provides the payment industry with a complete solution in payment processing technology and business operations to increase revenues and reduce costs. As a Qualified Security Assessor, O-C Group are approved to perform Payment Card Industry audits for any organisation which stores, processes or transmits cardholder data.”
Hubert O’Donoghue, one of the company directors, contacted me recently about their work and from this conversation I really think they have a lot of expertise to offer the IIA membership in the area of transaction management. For example on their site they have included a knowledgebase with plenty of resources for those seeking to learn more about transaction management. I’ll certainly be having a good look because while Hubert was very good at explaining much about transaction management and the Payment Card Industry Security Standards, it would certainly be an area I could brush up on.
(Hah? What’s The OC?)