Kildare Accountants launch App

What is O’Kelly Sutton?

Founded in the 1990s in County Kildare, O’Kelly Sutton has provided exemplary service to their clients, located throughout Ireland and concentrated in County Kildare. Company co-founder Paul O’Kelly has a long history of working with large corporations around the world, providing experience and advice to make these clients reach their ambitions. With other co-founder Pat Sutton, O’Kelly Sutton has a wealth of experience and a proud reputation carried over from their founder’s successes.

Recent achievements include winning the Best Small Practice award in the 2016 Irish Accountancy Awards, and have recently partnered with Xero to use their software. The team at O’Kelly Sutton is dedicated to providing a personalised, comprehensive service to their clients, no matter how small or large their firm is.

Recently, O’Kelly Sutton commissioned their very own App from the global leader in Apps for Accountants – MyFirmsApp.

O’Kelly Sutton’s Powerful App

This App offers 12 specialised calculators to assist you in any financial needs you may have. These calculators will display a monthly/annual invoice total for a number of financial matters, including:

  • VAT
  • Corporation Tax
  • Income Tax
  • Inheritance Tax
  • Payslip
  • Stamp Duty Tax
  • Loans
  • Mortgage
  • Savings
  • Inflation
  • APR
  • Increased Profit

The O’Kelly Sutton App also provides a list of frequently updated Tax Tables, for those wondering how certain taxes will affect you and informing you on how to optimise your tax returns. From Company Pension Schemes to VAT to Corporation Tax to Income Tax, all this and more are available in this App. The O’Kelly Sutton App also provides a complete description of the quarterly government budget almost immediately after announcement, as well as past budgets. The O’Kelly Sutton App will also inform you of any big financial dates and events that will occur in future, such as when tax returns are due and VAT3 Returns that must be sent.

Track your mileage and income on the Accountants App

Are your clients frustrated with losing hundreds of old receipts and missing out on expense claims? The O’Kelly Sutton Receipt Manager will allow your clients to upload pictures of their receipts to your phone and give a short description of what they are. The Irish Revenue will accept your electronic receipts provided that you give a sufficient description of what they are for – This is exactly what your App will achieve in just a few seconds.

Your clients may have to make journeys as part of their business, and keeping track of your mileage with pen & paper is time consuming and confusing. O’Kelly Sutton’s Mileage Tracker will record your travels for you and collate it all into a single App, which can be easily emailed.

Your clients may have multiple sources of income and struggle to keep track of it, or compare total income to expenditure. The O’Kelly Sutton Income Tracker allows you to input all your different forms of income into one place and track it next to total expenditure.

O’Kelly Sutton’s new App has been designed by the MyFirmsApp team to provide the most desired features of their clients. For starters, you can contact the O’Kelly Sutton team directly through your App during working hours, visit their website, read an in-depth team biography to get a good idea of who they are, and read their blog for valuable insight into the latest relevant news. It can also incorporate the latest accounting and tax news on the go, provided you have an internet connection. The news section will be updated by the MyFirmsApp team whenever necessary, so you don’t have to do anything.

Push Notifications: A truly effective method of client communication

The O’Kelly Sutton App is also designed to support Push Notifications, an innovative new way of gaining the interest of clients in a method that doesn’t feel as irritating and time consuming as email shots. While email shots tend to get ignored by the vast majority of clients and very few of them actually read it, push notifications are short enough that nearly all of them will read them and 4 to 5 times the amount of users will respond to them in comparison to email shots, directing them straight to whatever you advertised.

O’Kelly Sutton’s App will make their firm stand out, bring their systems together and help them communicate more effectively with clients than ever before, all on one compact and versatile solution.

 

Register for your Full Feature Trial:

With almost a thousand firms using our Apps and 30-40 new firms subscribing every month, your Full Feature Trial carried out by phone in just 15 minutes will show you how an App will transform your firm and attract new clients with numerous essential resources and features, such as frequently updated tax tables, calculators and budget packs, full integration with cloud accounting services and many more.

Book for a Free Full Feature Trial here.

 

Categories: Apps, Blog

Daniel Richards

Daniel Richards | [email protected]

Daniel is Head of Sales and a member of the executive team at MyFirmsApp – the global leader in Apps for Accountants and Bookkeepers.

He is passionate about helping firms maintain a key role in the always-on App environment which plays such an important part in our daily lives. He is particularly keen to raise awareness of the threats posed to accountants and bookkeepers by 3rd parties and even Government. Without a firms’ own App, it really has no way to serve within, benefit from or control the environment where so many clients and prospects now spend their time each day.

Daniel has been involved in helping professional service firms grow and make the most of new techniques, strategies and technology for over 17 years. He is considered to be a thought-leader, is a renowned speaker, and is the go-to-guy for firms and professional bodies when it comes to Apps for accountancy firms.

He has hundreds of testimonials from large and small firms alike, has presented to thousands of firms through the MyFirmsApp and Insight webinars, and regularly speaks for the professional bodies and membership organisations.

Outside work: In his early days Daniel spent most of his time mountaineering and was fortunate enough to undertake expeditions in places such as The Himalayas, Alps, Alaska, Papua New Guinea, Norway and others. Now he enjoys the outdoors as much as possible with his family and friends as well as being active in the leadership of a local church.