Hayward Moon is a firm of licensed conveyancers specialising in commercial and residential property conveyancing.
The Ipswich-based company uses a team of dedicated lawyers to guide people through the maze of property matters that are thrown at them before completion day.
Hayward Moon, which began nearly four years ago, has two partners along with six other members of staff. Its portfolio includes conveyancing of sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold property, re-mortgages, equity transfer, commercial leases and the sale and purchase of business, to name but a few.
The firm consistently strives to deliver a first class service to those who use it and maintaining this efficiency is key to its success.
Cheryl Davies is the firm’s financial controller. She uses IRIS PAYE-Master and believes it is perfect for the business. She explained why she liked the product and why it is ideal because of its simplicity.
“When the partners first set up the business I looked around to try and find a software package that was best suited to our needs and their budget. IRIS fitted the bill.
“I had used it before for many years with previous firms and I have always liked it. I just find it very user friendly. For an SME it is a good option. It’s very nice to work with. It is not over-complicated. And it does everything you ask it to do. I have tried another well known payroll package but found it unnecessarily complex. With IRIS there are no additional frills, which you don’t want and don’t need. It’s very easy to pick up.
“The biggest benefits are speed and ease of use. I can do everything very quickly. The payroll takes a matter of minutes. Getting the end of year information is easy to do. It’s all self explanatory. It makes everything much easier. You can get your hands on the information you need straight away. If you need to look back for anything, it’s all there and is easy to find.
“I’ve never experienced any problems with it at all. I would definitely recommend it and in fact I already have. I told my daughter about it and now the company she works for have taken it up too.”