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IRIS Software Group Announces New Firm Management Product for Accountants

IRIS Firm Management will deliver a "holistic collection" of solutions, including practice management, document management, workflow, and analytics.

Firm Automation

IRIS Software Group (IRIS), a provider of accounting and payroll solutions, has launched IRIS Firm Management. The new product will deliver a “holistic collection” of solutions, including practice management, document management, workflow, and analytics, designed to drive firm efficiencies and deliver best-in-class functionality to accounting firms. 

Many firms are now facing several challenges, including the talent shortage, mounting regulatory requirements, and rising client demands. As a result, firm professionals are often putting in more hours to accomplish the same results. Practice management is becoming more complex as many firms are juggling multiple legacy systems that often require expensive, cumbersome process updates. Firm leaders need a unified solution they can rely on across the business to support growth. 

IRIS Firm Management is a comprehensive, cloud-native product that provides a modern, scalable platform with a streamlined, intuitive user interface to offer greater data visibility across the firm. IRIS says this will empower firms to run their business proactively with robust reporting functionalities to drive informed decision-making. IRIS customers will benefit from time and billing management, client management, reporting and analytics, and secure data storage from a centralized platform. 

“As we unveil IRIS Firm Management, we’re not only addressing the dynamic industry challenges but upholding our commitment to being a trusted partner to accounting firms,” said Jim Dunham, President and General Manager of IRIS Americas. “With a focus on unified, cloud-native solutions with robust APIs, IRIS Firm Management provides our customers with the capabilities they need to navigate the modern complexities and drive sustained growth.”