Mayes featured in Best Accountancy Practices book

A book that showcases examples of excellence within the UK accountancy sector features one of East Lancashire’s fastest growing accounting practices, Accrington-based Mayes.

The UK’s Best Accountancy Practices by Steve Pipe was written to inspire accountancy professionals across the country with outstanding examples from practices of all sizes on how they do business to generate better results for their clients, their communities and themselves.

Mayes was highlighted following the success of its business improvement service, the Business One Page Plan which it offers to its clients in order to help them improve their business success. The service has been such a success for Mayes that they have taught over 150 accountants nationally how they could provide this service to its clients.

Andrew Botham, chief executive said: “It’s a tremendous endorsement to be featured in this book. Steve has an enviable reputation within the accountancy world as not only an author of many accountancy books, but as a keynote speaker, trainer and is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading strategists to the profession.

“The Business One Page Plan has proved a valuable tool for many of our clients and transformed their businesses, and we’re delighted that what we’re doing is being recognised, and that practices up and down the country are following our lead.”

The Business One Page Plan measures key drivers within the business (such as sales conversions, wage costs as a percentage of turnover and customer delight) against pre-set targets, during either a monthly, bi monthly or quarterly meeting where actions are agreed. The whole process hinges on the most powerful business message you can learn, ‘what gets measured, gets done’. Accrington based Mayes Accountants employs a team of experts which specialises in handling the affairs of over 250 limited companies, SMEs and large multinationals across the North West with a breadth of accounting services.