DRIVE contains a series of workflow management tools, designed to help firms control and monitor job plans, schedules and deadlines. Maximise productivity and output with a structured approach to human resource allocation and a systematic workflow schedule.
Eliminate Excel sheets: Managers can view all jobs, deadlines and holidays for the year in one place, eliminating the need for multiple spreadsheets.
Management Overview: Easily check the progress of each job and keep an eye on the ones that are overdue, completed or ready to invoice.
Integration: Workflow manager integrates all aspects of a job including communications, WIP ledger, notes and books in-module to provide a comprehensive view of the client.
Bespoke Jobs: Jobs can be set up at a simple or detailed level. Comprehensive job plans can be created to control all stages of a job with built-in checklists.
Track Resources: With a centralised workflow & resources view, it is very easy to track internal resources and allocate staff to jobs accordingly.
Job Drill-down: View jobs for a client/practice over the entire year or drill down for a more detailed view of a project/client. This view makes it easy to allocate staff to client work
With litigation being an ever increasing concern for firms not on top of client affairs, it is vital that controls are put in place to track important deadlines.
Statutory Deadline: Statutory deadlines are predefined. Add customisable deadlines to guarantee all deadlines are accounted for.
Staff Deadlines: All deadlines can be viewed at any time through the centralised diary system or through the comprehensive workflow module.
The new legislation will usher in the most comprehensive overhaul of Irish company law in over 50 years and we will provide you with a detailed synopsis of the highlights and notable changes that are to be introduced.
ACIS, Corporate Law & Company Secretarial Practice
A concise guide to the practical measures that Accounting Firms need to take from a tax perspective in adhering to FRS102.This will link up and follow on smoothly from the earlier presentation on the Accounting implications of FRS 102 covered by previous speakers.
The Statement of Recommended Practice applies to Charities preparing their accounts in accordance with the Financial Reporting Standard applicable in the UK and ROI (FRS 102) - effective date January 2015.