DRIVE for Accountants from Keytime Systems will receive its first public airing at a Microsoft and Intel sponsored seminar, to be held at the Manchester Art Gallery, on November 24.
This integrated client contact, practice management and Time & Billing system offers practice partners an unprecedented level of control and clients a return to personal service.
DRIVE for Accountants eliminates the need for tenuously linked disparate databases, time systems, practice management software, spreadsheets, ledgers and documents. As such it delivers increased efficiency in all areas including work in progress, cost reduction and client satisfaction.
When a client calls, partners will have everything they need for that conversation â to be able to answer every question raised â immediately at their fingertips. DRIVE then offers the first major breakthrough in CRM since the phrase was coined in that it combined all client data in one robust database â and then presents it as comprehensive status screens.
The first Microsoft approved product written under .Net specifically for accountants, Drive is also the only application of its type with Windows, Windows Server and SQL accreditations from Microsoftâs European Test Centre.
Nor is there any need to change any existing compliance software. DRIVE integrates seamlessly with all popular practice compliance solutions.
Such is the anticipated impact of DRIVE within the accountantsâ community that both Microsoft and Intel have linked up with the Greater Manchester-based accounting software developer to feature it at the heart of a best practice solution bundle to be launched at the Manchester seminar. This will also include a choice of hardware â from servers to printers â with fully integrated systems built around DRIVE available at prices starting from Â£289 per month.
"DRIVE is the only system that practices of any size will ever require," says Anthony Boggiano, Commercial Director of Keytime Systems.