IRIS OpenSpace shortlisted at the UK Cloud Awards 2014
IRIS OpenSpace has been shortlisted at the UK Cloud Awards 2014 for the collaboration product of the year award.
The awards recognise the best of the cloud in the UK. IRIS OpenSpace has been shortlisted in the collaboration product of the year category which recognises a solution that enhances collaboration and cooperation and enables organisations to operate seamlessly in an increasingly distributed environment.
The awards ceremony will be at City Hall, on 26th February.
IRIS OpenSpace – safe, simple document exchange and approval
IRIS OpenSpace is an easy and secure way to share and electronically approve documents and files between accountants and clients, such as tax returns and statutory accounts. The solution enablies accountants to work closer and more intuitively with their clients online.
As a cloud-based solution it’s accessible from anywhere, including mobile devices, and is also fully integrated into the range of IRIS solutions to deliver additional efficiencies. If you are a UK based accountancy firm we will give you 1GB of free storage to get you started.
Over 82,000 subscribers are already using our IRIS OpenApps family of cloud applications as IRIS continues to lead the charge in developing innovative solutions to help connect accountants, businesses and their employees.
“When you first start using electronic document exchange, it’s a revelation. It’s so much easier and cheaper too, without all the associated stationery, print and postage costs, which are rising all the time.” SmallBiz Accounts. Read more
“Improving our efficiency by using solutions such as IRIS OpenSpace to process more work means we’ve been able to increase our turnover without raising our fees in recent years and process more client work with the same number of staff.” Myers and Co. Read more
“Instead of spending time printing and posting out paper copies of accounts and tax returns, or risking sending them by email, we alert the client to say that the latest version is ready for review, and they then ‘collect’ the document via IRIS OpenSpace. It’s as simple as that.” Bon Accord Accountancy. Read more