Accountant champions digital transformation for holistic therapy charity

Businesses which face increasing pressure to identify savings and make efficiencies are using digital accounting as a way of creating new resource which can instead be plugged into growing the organisation.

While courses and tutorials are available for business owners, charity founders and those who are self-employed, to simplify digital accounting platforms, often by doing it all yourself without the helping hand of a trusted accounting expert can lead to hours spent learning to understand how the platform works.

This was the case for Wendy Scott, a mental health pharmacist and founder of charity Wintergreen, which provides holistic therapy to armed forces veterans and emergency services personnel suffering from stress, anxiety, PTSD, depression and trauma.

Running the charity part-time alongside her role as a pharmacist, Wendy had invested in digital accounting software many years ago, but over the course of time had reverted back to physical accounting which she was more familiar with.