TaxCalc launches accounts production package - official release
1September 2011 - Acorah Software Products Ltd, producers of award-winning tax software TaxCalc, announces a major new addition to their product range.
TaxCalc’s Accounts Production software, Acorah Software’s much-anticipated accounts production software, is the first of TaxCalc’s new generation range of products and will be available to pre-order from 1 September 2011 – and to download and purchase from 28 September 2011.
In true TaxCalc style, this innovative scalable, Accounts Production software, has been thoughtfully built from the ground up to reflect the need for effortless, One-Click iXBRL submissions that require absolutely no technical expertise whatsoever and, integrating seamlessly with TaxCalc’s flagship Tax software range.
Embracing the company’s core values, TaxCalc Accounts Production is launched at a price point of £499 frozen for five years (or for a special pre-order price of £450 until the 29th September 2011) and offers an exceptional level of user benefits, including:
- One-Click iXBRL
- No joining fee
- Unlimited clients
- Two concurrent users as standard – additional users can be purchased individually for £50 per user
- Free award-winning UK support
- SimpleStep workflow
- Check and Finish
- No exit tie-ins
- Price frozen for five years
“The TaxCalc team are committed to developing a range of exceptional market-leading products, not only in terms of functionality, ease of use and support - but also by offering our clients exceptional value for money. We believe TaxCalc Accounts Production will make a huge impact on launch and prove to be every bit as successful as our self assessment tax software,” said Tracy Ebdon-Poole, CEO, Acorah Software Products Ltd.
To find out more and pre-order: visit the TaxCalc Accounts Production site: www.taxcalc.com/accountsproduction
So what do members of this group think about the new program, and the company's wider strategy for this market? From what I understand, "Hub 1.0", which some AccountingWEB members tested out at beta stage, has been retired. But elements have been reconfigured to act as bridge between the accounts production product and the tax programs. While the Hub is part of the AP bundle, I don't think it will be offered as a free add-on for tax-only software users. I'll be doing some investigations of my own in the next week or two and will alert you to anything I publish on our IT pages.