The 12 digital days of Christmas – Day 2

By James Nadal | 4th December 2018 | 14 min read

Let’s face it. We could all do with our little band of elves to help ease the burden of our workload.

Everyone knows that the little pointy-eared people are a fundamental part of Father Christmas’s slick present delivery operation. He might have magic powers and a gang of flying of reindeer, but without these minions, the work simply wouldn’t get done and all those children would be very miserable come Christmas.

Whatever the size of your practice, there are so many little tasks that build up, errands that we leave to one side and never get around to.

Think how incredibly helpful it would be to have some elves to give you an extra hand to meet those difficult deadlines and overcome that pile of paperwork.

Minus the little hats and funny ears, IRIS can give you just that.

That’s why on the second day of the IRIS 12 digital days of Christmas, we are focusing on IRIS Resourcing.

What’s it about?

Easy really. It’s cost-effective, reliable and secure outsourcing to extend your practice services, reduce costs and increase profits. It’s a way to complete routine accounts and payroll work without the expensive overheads associated with additional staff.

You can redeploy staff to more profitable activities and utilise IRIS Resourcing on routine jobs or those that only contribute a small margin. It’s ISO 9001:2008 certified and complies with GDPR and the UK Data Protection Act 2018.

How does it work?

There’s outsourcing and insourcing. With the former, all documents are scanned into a secure portal, collected and worked on by our team, and delivered on time back to the portal. You have 24/7 access to your jobs, scheduling and tracking.

Year–end accounts services include; balance sheet, profit and loss account, director’s report and notes to the accountants.

With the latter, our team uses secure virtual technology to log into your system and complete the work. Based in India, they start earlier, effectively lengthening your business day by up to 4.5 hours.

Admittedly, you’ll still be falling short of the shift that St Nick puts in every Christmas Eve but you’re getting closer.

Find out all of the details and how you can sign up by clicking HERE.

Then check out tomorrow’s blog for more not-as-delicious but eminently more useful than chocolate advent calendar content.