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Bruce Morgan thinks he has the best job in the world. He knows a lot about helping time based CRM practitioners become more efficient and profitable and is passionate about showing them how to make more money by using appropriate technologies. He is CEO of GreatSoft (Pty) Ltd, a world class cloud based business, an Endeavor Entrepreneur and the winner of the FNB Business Innovations Award 2015.

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Bruce Morgan, CRM opinion leader.
CEO of GreatSoft (Pty) Ltd

Accounting firms can now create additional income streams & grow their client base

As an accounting firm you can now create an additional income stream by becoming a Payroll Bureau Service to all your clients! GreatSoft clients can now seamlessly integrate a Bureau Payroll function into their existing GreatSoft systems. Besides saving time and creating efficiency, this will create additional income stream opportunities for your practice. GreatSoft Payroll

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Pay It Forward! – Letter Template

If you would like to Pay It Forward and offer our free payroll platform to your clients, friends, staff and family – simply copy the text below, paste it into an email body copy and edit it as you would like. Paying it forward. This season we are partnering with GreatSoft to launch a powerful

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Domestic Workers – The Secret Superwomen of South Africa

If domestic workers are the secret superwomen of South Africa, then the lack of payslips are the kryptonite that could be their downfall. New data reveals that South Africa has in excess of one million domestic workers, accounting for more than 8% of the total workforce of the country. South African households are under tremendous

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Vulnerable Domestic Workers Deserve Better Employer Compliance.

A new South African free-to-use online platform is transforming domestic workers lives through innovative solutions and paving the way for other South African corporates to use what they have, to create real change in our country Cape Town, November 6th, 2017: Vulnerable and invisible people in society also deserve opportunities in South Africa’s growing economy.

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