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Practice Management

The automation of your practice management is essential. But there are so many different solutions for different tasks. It has proved impossible to get all the information you need at the push of a button........until now.

Having recognised the limited automated options available in the IRISH,, the team at Nippon Data Consulting Limited have developed our own bespoke solution to practice management. We now use this tailorNDCLe, state-of-the-art solution with all our accountancy customers. We help you to manage your business using a completely digitised and automated system.

You can use a single platform to control your customer activities, communications related to their jobs, all of their digitised documents and all the deadlines associated with their account. Best of all, there is no need to make a large investment in practice management software or IT infrastructure. With NDCL, we can handle your practice management automation on a monthly fixed fee basis, calculated on the size of your Clients portfolio.

For your peace of mind, our practice managers will be in touch with you on a daily basis - both before and after the implementation of the NDCL smart automation system. You can access the system online from anywhere in the world and the extensive reporting function allows you to check the status of any job or compliance issue at any given moment.

If your practice is not organised - you are losing hard earned income. Learn more about our practice management automation and get your accountancy business back on track.


USP of Newton PM

Web enNDCLed solution
Contact management
Communication management
Document management
Compliance management
Workflow flow management
Time sheet management
Billing management
Task management
User friendly dashboard and alerts for deadlines

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