Marginal Gains: Calculate your Return On Investment with IRIS in seconds

By Steven Cox | 15th July 2016 | 13 min read

Don't just take our word for it...

This series of blogs has introduced the benefits of using accounting software that works on a centralised database. If I’ve captured your interest, you might be wondering if there’s a way to visualise the difference that it could make within your own practice.

We’re ahead of you on that one! Welcome to our online ROI (Return On Investment) calculator.

What bottom-line savings could your practice achieve?

This easy-to-use calculator lets you explore for yourself the time-savings and efficiencies that IRIS accountancy software will bring to your practice.

Simply input some basic information about your business, your team and your working practices and you'll see an instant graphical representation of your potential ROI over three years, with supporting data and a downloadable report.

Our handy infographic gives you an idea of what kind of ROI a typical small firm or medium-large firm can expect to make (in excess of £22k & £100k per annum, respectively).

So what are you waiting for? Discover how your practice can use revolutionary technology to work smarter, get ahead of the competition and stay there with our free ROI analysis tool.


The journey continues...
Next up in our Marginal Gains series we’ll be revealing the 5 key ways in which a centralised database can improve your practice efficiency.


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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.