Specialist Interest Groups
BASDA Specialist Interest Groups (SIG) are driven by members as centres of action to address key issues affecting the software industry and its customers.
BASDA are always ready to listen to members to help drive debate in new areas with a view to setting up new interest groups or working parties.
BASDA are committed to developing the association to bring maximum value to its existing members and further extend its reach and effectiveness, appealing to small, medium and large organisations alike.
Our Specialist Interest Groups
There are currently 6 Specialist Interest Groups that allow members to influence direction and benefit from the rallying power of BASDA in specific areas of business software:
SIG: Making Tax Digital
Representing and working for members from the early stages of Making Tax Digital, we aim to ensure that future regulations are appropriately influenced at government level, before official implementation, for the future benefit of our customers and members.
SIG: Payroll, Pensions & HR
Representing members at Government decision making level to influence the requirements and legislation being introduced. We provide the opportunities to help influence decision making and implementation, in addition to providing foresight and product planning information vital for development road maps.
SIG: Interoperability & Standards
The requirement is for electronic exchange to become the predominant invoicing method by 2020 continues. BASDA focuses on enabling members to maximise eBusiness Technology and to facilitate the widest possible and seamless adoption and support interoperability.
SIG: B2B Marketing
A collaborative forum where new ideas, best industry practice and marketing information to support strategic business growth applicable the B2B environment and specifically to the business software industry is shared for the benefit of members.
SIG: Accountants in Practice
Focussing on matters affecting the software products that firms of accountants use and, by extension, their clients. We provide an early introduction to matters in the regulatory and compliance environment, many of which have serious strategic impacts upon software developers, their customers and their customers’ clients.
Representing members on the Operational Forum of HMRC’s Construction Industry Scheme to contribute to the discussion on the operation of the scheme and ensure software changes are prioritised and appropriately considered.
Register to be involved with a Specialist Interest Group
To register your interest in being involved with any of the Specialist Interest Groups or to find out more information please contact email@example.com.