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TaxCalc boosts practice management product with triple release

In one of the biggest product launches in its history, TaxCalc has released three new products to add to its practice management solution.

23rd Oct 2019
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Tax and accountancy software vendor TaxCalc has launched a trio of practice efficiency tools to cater for the needs of larger practices in its customer base.

The three new products, Practice Manager Plus, TaxCalc Time and TaxCalc Document Manager, are designed to work alongside TaxCalc’s Practice Manager client and task management tool, to offer accountancy firms a modular practice management toolkit.

While many AccountingWEB readers know the Wokingham-based software house for its cost-effective tax and final accounts tools, the new additions move TaxCalc more towards accountancy’s mid-market and potentially beyond.

Introducing the new products, TaxCalc chief operating officer Simon Guest told AccountingWEB that the company wanted to serve practices of every size. 

“It’s been our general direction of progress for a while,” said Guest. “We’ve been dealing with bigger and bigger firms. But we’re obviously keen to make sure we don’t leave behind the smaller practices that know and love TaxCalc. The extra layering of these facilities allows us to have the right solution for everybody.

“It’s also worth bearing in mind that this isn’t just one product. Based on our research we decided to price them separately. Individually, they are all very competitively priced. What we haven’t done is force people to buy a whole bundle of stuff, 60% of which they don’t need.”

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