TechnologyTax law changes prompt Iris update

Tax law changes prompt Iris update

New upgrades released by Iris incorporate greater internet functionality for easier online filing

Iris, the accountancy technology providers, has launched its latest software
ahead of the tax year to cover its 14,000 accountancy practices portfolio.

The recent version of Accountancy Practice Solutions includes updates to
Drummohr, PTP and Iris Practice Suite that will include the various tax and
legislative changes.

Phill Robinson, managing director of Iris Accountancy Practice Solutions
said: ‘There continue to be a significant number of legislative changes, which
we have worked hard on to ensure they are reflected in our products, enabling
our customers to remain compliant.’

The latest modules to be added the Iris range include internet functionality
and allows users to make electronic filings for Companies House XML Gateway as
well as links to Microsoft Outlook.

Further reading:

Iris acquires reseller ATW

Coda launches full online accountancy application

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