Is your software FRS-ready?

By Steven Cox | 24th May 2016 | 13 min read

If it's made by IRIS, then the answer to that question is, "Yes."

When it comes to FRS-readiness, the software you employ for your accounts production makes all the difference.

At IRIS, our commitment to compliance means that whenever you’re using our software, you’re always up-to-date with the latest standards, frameworks and procedures.

When changes as impactful as the new UK GAAP come along, we ensure that our software is ready well in advance of their deployment; for new customers, that means that when you invest in IRIS, you know you’re getting cutting-edge products and services.

Once you’re a part of the IRIS family, future updates are painless, quick and automatic, so you’re always fully compliant with any new legislation as and when it comes into force.

No time wasted on migrating to a new product; no new systems to learn. 

And that doesn’t just apply to FRS. Thanks to our key relationships with HMRC, Companies House, etc., we're always ahead of the game in terms of both competition and technology - it's why we've been market leaders for so long.

With IRIS you’ll benefit from:

  • Full FRS-readiness
  • The IRIS FRS Hub, featuring a range of tools (including our free FRS Transition Impact Calculator), resources & comprehensive classroom training courses
  • State-of-the-art technology and services, both cloud and desktop
  • Always up-to-date software
  • Expert support
  • Assurance & trust in proven, market-leading products


About the author

Steven Cox

Chief Evangelist

Steve is Chief Evangelist of IRIS; a technologist and chartered accountant (FCCA) who looks at how technology can simplify the modern working environment.

He joined IRIS in 2002, who’s career at IRIS has spanned many areas of the business including Customer Support, Engineering and Product Management. His most recent previous roles at IRIS include Senior Product Director and Interim CTO.

Steve has over 18 years of experience in technology and accounting which he uses to work closely with customers, software companies, accounting/governing bodies and the government to champion the digital transformation of UK Education organisations, SMEs and Accountants.

In Steve’s current role as Chief Evangelist, he has looked across the globe at how technology and legislation is changing the roles and requirements professionals in the workplace and looking to the future to predict how their roles will further evolve.