In industries such as Accounting and Company Law, highly repeatable processes are followed for several thousands of clients, often on a recurring basis. The bigger your workload gets, the more intrusive and difficult it becomes for a traditional task tracking system to handle it. This is the problem Firmzen solves. Continue reading
Growing volume of clients, but you’re still not sure if you should invest into IT enabling your practice?
A sentiment we come across a lot, one of the first and most frequently expressed reactions: “I have thousands of clients. All that data is already fed into an excel sheet or another software that I use for filing taxes. I don’t have the time or patience to enter each client’s information into a system, one by one, all over again”. Well, we understand and agree, and we’ve ensured that you don’t have to. Introducing Bulk Import – using excel sheets. Continue reading
Firmzen now enables scheduling and automatically sending SMS and Email reminders to your contacts. For repeatable tasks, such reminders can be configured to be automatically sent X days in advance, every time the task’s due date approaches.
This effectively means that you can automate the process of reminding several hundreds or thousands of clients for any monthly / quarterly / annual Compliance related activities such as Income Tax Return filing, Service Tax payment or simply for a one-off pending bill payment.
This update facilitates doing a whole day or two’s work in a couple of minutes and the benefit amplifies when used with recurring tasks. You wouldn’t need to remember to remind your clients anymore.
If you have even a passing interest in project management / management information systems or in what Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries and Certified Public Accountants do (and why they always seem so stressed), then absolutely read on.
In February of 2012, we were approached by a Chartered Accountant (let’s call him Swapan) who had a seemingly simple problem. Swapan’s firm was growing, and he needed to ensure that across thousands of deliverables for his hundreds of clients, not a single one ever slipped through the cracks. Continue reading