Details of Action/Remarks
|1 Jul 2013
||Company decision to take
new direction. Dayborn, Frames Online, Frames Bulk Supply
continue. Memorial Products and DL Software websites discontinue.
New service 'DLUK Photograpy' being introduced, to provide photographic
and video services. New 'DLUK' logo introduced, and trading as
name 'DLUK' added, albeit company will remain registered as Datalite UK
and www.datalitesoftware.co.uk to lapse. New websites URL's
www.dluk.info and www.dlphotography.co.uk purchased.
|25 Mar 2013
||Company accounts accepted
by Companies House.
||Again undertaken in house, using
Quickbooks recording transactions.
|27 Mar 2012
||Company accounts accepted
by Companies House.
||This followed an intensive in house
production of accounts, including weekend work, culminating in
successful submission of business accounts
|24 Mar 2012
||The MD in discussion with
the company's accountants was extremely disappointed to note that the
accounts were nowhere near ready, with an estimated week's work to go.
The MD was informed the best he could hope for was accounts submitted
literally at the deadline, leaving no time to allow for rejection as
recommended by Companies House. The MD is well aware that failure
to produce accountants on time is a criminal offence for the Directors
of a company.
||The MD decided that the company needed
to take over producing the accounts from the company's accountants, due
to failure for them to produce accounts in comfortable time to meet the
required deadline. A deep disappointment particularly when the
company had the figures ready in December 2011. This years
accounts will be produced in house by Datalite UK Ltd in time to meet
required deadlines, due to failure of their appointed chartered
|19 Mar 2012
||MD has got to the bottom
of why work on company accounts has not even started by the company's
accountant. Apparently the chief accountant of the accountant
company has been absent for 4 months out of six, and is still off due to
||MD gave the accountants until Friday
23 March 2012 to produce accounts, otherwise stated they will need to be
done in house.
|16 Mar 2012
||The MD of Datalite UK Ltd
has been constantly monitoring production of accounts. During the course
of the past week he has been extremely disappointed to note that these
had still not been done. Indeed a two week extension was requested
to companies house, but turned down as problems with
accountant was not deemed a sufficient reason.
||The law appears very unfair in this
area, most companies employ accountants, but the directors remain
absolutely responsible in Companies House eyes, for all errors and
delays instigated by accountants. Albeit complaints can be made to
the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
|5 Mar 2012
||The company has decided to
recruit two more Sales & Despatch staff, namely Aden and Sarah.
Recent staff shortages, have highlighted the need to have better absence
||Also a reflection on the company's
|1 Feb 2012
||Datalite UK Ltd has prepared records for the period 1
July 2012 to 30 Jun 2011, for the company's accountants to produce
|31 Jan 2012
||Datalite UK Ltd is again pleased to announce a record
Sales figure for January 2012. The month
saw a record gross paid sales figure that is over 5% higher than the
previous record in November 2011. This result is even more
pleasing when considering, traditionally January is usually the quietest
sales month of the year.
||Underpinned by some of the paid Sales figures comprising of late
payers from previous months, offset by invoiced sales in January 2012.
Nevertheless even accounting for this actual sales made during the month
were at a record level.
|3 Dec 2011
||Datalite UK Ltd is very pleased to announce excellent
sales and profit figures for the month of November 2011. The month
saw a record gross sales figure that was over 10% higher than its
previous sales record set in November 2010. The NET profit figure
was also the highest ever achieved in a single month.
||Company Bonus paid to staff member Samantha Hely for her part in
gaining a substantial frame order from a company chain owned by Theo
Pathitis of television's Dragons Den.
|21 Oct 2011
||Datalite introduces a new range of Memorial Granite
Stone products complete with a brand new online store website.
These will be offered on both a retail and wholesale basis with a choice
of stones including marble finish. This product range encompasses
various sculptures and cemetery grave stone supplies; with a planned
facility to offer laser engraving.
||www.memorialproducts.co.uk online shop is now available offering a
selection of granite stone memorial vases. Further products will
be added over the coming months.
|30 Jun 2011
||End of Company Account period. MD is pleased to
initially report a gross increase exceeding 20 per cent of sales as
compared to the previous accounting period ending 30 June 2010.
Furthermore the MD is very pleased to report a similar increase of NET profits
in excess of 20 per cent.
||Datalite accounts are in the process of routine reconciliation and
preparation prior to submission to the company's accountant.
|30 Jun 2011
||An excellent sales month for Datalite, producing the
second highest all time sales figures for a month. Also the best
set of June figures in the Company's history.
|23 Feb 2011
||Company Special investigation completed.
||Full investigation report regarding incident of 8 Feb 11 lodged with lawyer. A
Company Special investigation
found a former employee committed 4 acts of Gross Misconduct including
the criminal act of
violently assaulting MD with a head butt. This former employee
was officially notified of outcome (Not disputed following 3 month appeal period).
|8 Feb 2011
||Managing Director violently assaulted by member of
||MD delegates Director(S) to conduct full internal investigation.
Due to seriousness of offence Employee immediately dismissed from employment.
|Jan - Feb 2011
||An exceptionally quiet period for all sales. Some
of the lowest retail sales figures seen for several years.
This generally reflected a drop in sales throughout UK businesses, not
helped by some extreme cold weather.
|4 Jan 2011
||Government increases VAT rate to 20 percent.
Company maintains retail GROSS prices. Wholesale NET prices
retained, albeit GROSS price increases solely due to new VAT rate.