|By PR Newswire||
|August 27, 2014 04:15 PM EDT||
MISSION VIEJO, Calif., Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Tax professionals will soon have access to the first beautifully simple practice management software made just for small firms – SmartCenter | https://twitter.com/YBMSmartCenter
SmartCenter is designed to replace old school, enterprise practice management software with a simple, intelligently designed cloud solution.
SmartCenter is currently accepting tax professionals to its priority VIP launch list that's available through the website – www.getsmartcenter.com
Small tax & accounting firms have never had a modern practice management solution built just for them. The current practice management solutions on the market are:
- Too expensive to be viable for a 1-10 man office
- Built on archaic platforms with outdated interfaces that are difficult to learn and update
- Not available to access through web browsers and tablets
- Overwhelming with too many enterprise features that small firms don't need
"Because small firms are being underserved by the current practice management solutions out there, we're passionate about providing a cloud software that's affordable and easy to use even if you're a one man operation," said Chris Basom, SmartCenter's Co-Founder.
Many tax pros struggle with having to use multiple software programs to manager their businesses. SmartCenter is designed from the ground up to give tax professionals everything they need to manage their client data, documents, and workflow in one solution.
"Over 10,000 hours of research went into the development of SmartCenter and we're excited to provide a software that is based entirely on how small tax firms work in the real world," said William Hamilton, the other Co-Founder of SmartCenter.
SmartCenter is scheduled to be released in October of 2014. At launch, it will hold numerous tangible benefits over current available practice management options:
- Robust CRM (Client Relationship Management) features built just for tax professionals
- Beautiful, modern, and easy-to-use interface
- Built-in task & project management functionality
- Intelligent reporting & search features
- Uncompromised accessibility via web and tablet browsers
The tax preparation industry is changing at a rapid pace with more and more people starting to prepare their own returns – www.IRS.gov studies show that the number of self-prepared returns (individuals filling their own taxes) increased 35% from 2009-2013.
To combat this attrition and competition in the industry, tax professionals need tools that will help them get more control over their workload and allow them to focus more on their client services.
For more information, please contact:
William Hamilton | Co-Founder, SmartCenter | [email protected]
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