FeeSynergy and CCH iFirm now integrate to provide an end-to-end solution for accounting firms

MELBOURNE, 16th September 2022: Two Fintech Australia members, FeeSynergy and Wolters Kluwer CCH iFirm, are proud to announce their integration of the flagship FeeSynergy Collect platform with leading accounting practice management system CCH iFirm (part of Wolters Kluwer). This integration adds to FeeSynergy’s impressive library of accounting and legal practice management system integrations.

 FeeSynergy Founder and Managing Director Malcolm Ebb says: “This is an important integration for both FeeSynergy and Wolters Kluwer CCH iFirm. It brings together two proven, and powerful, cloud-based platforms that solve many of the day-to-day challenges faced by accounting firms in Australia and New Zealand”.

 Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting Asia Pacific Head of Product Rakesh Naidu says“Managing cashflow can be challenging in any economic climate, but within the backdrop of multiple economic headwinds in 2022, ensuring prompt invoice payment is more important than ever before. In addition to helping accounting firms improve practice management effectiveness and efficiency, CCH iFirm Practice Manager now goes a step further to help improve cash flow, reduce administrative burdens, and further support business growth.”

FeeSynergy Collect is used by hundreds of accounting and legal firms across Australia and New Zealand to automate debtor management, transact online payments and direct debits, and manage financial risk.

CCH iFirm is used by hundreds of accounting firms across Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, and Canada to manage their practices and improve client outcomes.

For more information please visit FeeSynergy or CCH iFirm Practice Manager.

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