TechnologyIris shifts into healthcare after deal

Iris shifts into healthcare after deal

Accounting software expert moves into GP practice software with Maclean McNicoll deal

The leading accounting practice software group Iris has made its second
acquisition in the healthcare space with the purchase of Maclean McNicoll
software.

The deal follows the buy-out of Ferguson GP software in September and means
that Iris, in addition to its dominant accounting in practice position, now
provides software applications to 10,000 GP practices in the UK.

Maclean McNicoll Software will join Iris accounting and business solutions
business unit alongside Exchequer, Accounts Office and IRIS Bookkeeping.

‘For customers, it will be business as usual: both businesses enjoy a high
level of respect in the GP practice market and have an extremely loyal customer
base which we will continue to nurture,’ said Iris chief executive Martin Leuw.

Further reading:

Iris unveils process outsourcing deal

Iris unveils ‘sophisticated’ CRM suite

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