TechnologyIris invests in online bookkeeping provider

Iris invests in online bookkeeping provider

Accountancy technology provider ventures into the SaaS market

Financial software company Iris has joined forces with FreeAgent Central, the
online bookkeeping IT business.

Iris will take on responsibility for reselling the Software as a Service
(SaaS) technology, and including the online offering in its current packages.

Phill Robinson, managing director of Iris accountancy practice solutions,
said: “We are delighted to announce our strategic partnership with FreeAgent
Central to develop and deliver innovative new SaaS solutions for the UK
accountancy sector.”

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