IRIS launches digital excellence awards

IRIS is launching its very own awards to celebrate individuals and accountancy practices thriving in the digital economy.

The IRIS Customer Awards have been set up as the software group enters its 40th year. They acknowledge best practice across several areas as accountancy firms evolve beyond compliance services to capitalise on service opportunities in the digital economy.

Sion Lewis, CEO of IRIS Accountancy Solutions says, “We are delighted to launch the awards as part of our celebrations this year. We’ve seen huge changes in the industry and as practices evolve, it’s important to recognise excellence.

Life begins at 40

“For those of us who have celebrated this milestone birthday, we often talk about life beginning at 40, and IRIS is no exception – we are starting the next phase of our journey and look forward to supporting the next generation of accountancy practices.”

All UK accountants, UK accountancy firms (of any size and nature) who are a customer of IRIS Software Group (using IRIS, Keytime, PTP or KashFlow branded products) can enter the awards.

Categories include IRIS Firm of the Year (Small, medium and large categories); Client Excellence Firm of the Year; Advisory Firm for the Year; Fastest Growing Firm of the Year; Most Profitable Firm of the Year; Best Use of Technology of the Year; Marketing Innovation of the Year; Bureau/Outsource Service of the Year; Accountant of the Year; Partner of the Year; Practice Manager of the Year and Graduate / Trainee of the Year.

The closing date for entries is 3 September, with the shortlist announcement on 17 September and the winners announced at the awards dinner on 9 October.

To enter the awards visit HERE.

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