As we approach the end of another year (quite quickly at that!), we wanted to look back and reflect upon some of the highlights of 2016.
From our growing network, to our presence at exhibitions and events, 2016 has been quite a year for Turnkey and we can’t wait to see what 2017 will have in store for us.
Being a leading IT company, we strive to deliver the best services to our customers through our software and are constantly looking for ways to improve and enhance the process. To do this we released two new upgrades of IPS this year. These included many improvements and statutory updates to ensure the user experience was at its maximum, whilst adhering to statutory requirements. In addition, our fee estimation module was revised to include ‘work in progress’ triggers to allow clear and effective communication.
IPS is a huge part of Turnkey. We are the number one provider of insolvency software to businesses in the UK and internationally via our subsidiary company, CORE Australia. This year we have been able to introduce IPS in a hosted environment, making it easier for customers to access and implement throughout their business.
In October we participated in the 27th IPS User Group Meeting at Warwick University. Over 120 delegates meant this was one of the best-attended meetings in many years (and not just because of the free prize draw to win an iPad!). We were promoting the ‘you speak, we listen’ message in our new marketing material and received excellent feedback from everyone who came along. Success!
More recently, in November, we were exhibiting at the R3 SPG (Small Practitioner Group) Conference. It was great to have the opportunity to meet new people, chat about what we do, and grow our user network.
This year we have made new connections and cemented relationships with third party suppliers in the market. We are pleased to be working alongside Encompass and Timecut amongst others to provide a better user experience and improve overall efficiency for our customers.
As well as growing our connections and partnerships, we have also expanded the areas in which we provide our product and services. We have moved into new jurisdictions including the British Virgin islands and the Channel Islands.
In response to recent legal and political changes, we have successfully provided regular legal updates. This has given customers confidence and reassurance that our product is reliable, compliant, and trustworthy.
Finally, and possibly most importantly, we have seen continued growth in our user numbers, proof that IPS remains the go to solution for the market. So, ending 2016 on a high, we look forward to the challenges of the new Insolvency Rules for 2017 and working with our clients to continue to provide a ‘best in industry’ service.