The ICAEW has signed a contract with LexisNexis to help the accountancy body
streamline regulatory and investigative procedures.
The software Visualfiles will be integrated into already existing IT at the
Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and is hoped will
streamline regulation casework and investigations of complaints against members.
Phil Armstrong, ICAEW business systems manager said: ‘Maintaining confidence
in our members is of paramount importance to the institute. To be able to do
this effectively, we are deploying Visualfiles so that have a centralised system
to manage our casework.’
The new system, which was bought for an undisclosed fee, will be used in the
professional standards department based in the Milton Keynes office.
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