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Perfect Practice Management™

1st Apr 2016
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One of my techie clients will be launching Perfect Practice Management™.  I, with three other accountants were involved in its development.  

The software functionality is superb. It will enable you to keep track of all your work/deadlines. It also has all the templates you expect from Perfect Practice Management™ . Further, it is cloud based.  

The only aspect of the software that I did not like is practice guru popups. If you are behind with the work, a practice guru will pop up on your screen advising you how you could improve and have a stress free, pleasant life. Of course, me being me, I switched off that functionality.  

Perfect Practice Management™  software is based on Apple's philosophy of making everything beautiful (so people pay a premium).  

I have ditched Digita PM and moved to  Perfect Practice Management™ . I have not looked back!

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By petersaxton
01st Apr 2016 08:45

Give it 6 months

and you will change to something else.

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By ShirleyM
01st Apr 2016 09:01

Is this an advert-blog?

You may gets lots of criticism from members through using this blog to make people 'aware' of this software.

Anyway, I thought you had decided not to blog on AWeb, and stick to your other blog. Isn't that blog good enough for this purpose?

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By B Roberts
01st Apr 2016 09:11

Agree .....
I must say FT, I agree with the comments made by both Peter and Shirley.

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By petersaxton
01st Apr 2016 09:23

TM?

There's already a software company using the name "Perfect Practice Management" for law firms. They seem to be based in the USA.

They don't seem the kind of firm I would want to get involved with if I was interested and the business that FT seems to have connections with don't seem to have a website so I don't know how they expect to build up a customer base if they are relying on FT using AccountingWeb.

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By ade19710
01st Apr 2016 09:23

It...

Must be an April fool

 

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Replying to Paul Crowley:
Universe
By SteveOH
01st Apr 2016 10:34

Of course

I'll have to admit...I was taken in :)

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By Stewie Griffin
01st Apr 2016 11:17

Look at the date guys!

 

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By ShirleyM
01st Apr 2016 11:21

I have realised now!

I fell for it. It was very believable.

Well done, FT. :)

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By petersaxton
01st Apr 2016 12:26

Well done

It's just a pity that it was so believable!

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By Mouse house
02nd Apr 2016 05:21

Good one FT
Made me chuckle :)

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By mabzden
02nd Apr 2016 17:32

Damn...

... I was about to sign up for PPM.

Now you're saying it's an April Fool. I'm gutted...

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By The Highlander
03rd Apr 2016 14:00

Brilliant
Haha, well done FT. I particularly enjoyed the practice guru functionality being turned off.

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