cPaperless is proud to announce their most recent accomplishment in the accounting and technology field as the winner of the 13th Annual Tax & Accounting Technology Innovation Award for its revolutionary cloud software.
cPaperless was presented with an award for its cutting-edge product, SafeSend Returns, during a reception and ceremony in June at the California Accounting and Business Show & Conference in Los Angeles.
“cPaperless is a fast-growing, energetic company that is humbled by this award,” says Senior Vice President of Business Development, Andrew Hatfield. “Innovation is a reflection of the culture and environment at cPaperless. We proactively strive to listen, encourage creativity, and be in tune with ideas that sprout from the seeds of our employees. We also actively seek feedback from our 40,000 users and clients. Any accolade for cPaperless is deservedly shared by our staff and clients alike.”
CPA Practice Advisors seek companies and software programs that focus on workflow and automation offering innovative ways for firms and their clients to achieve maximum efficiency and profitability.
“We built SafeSend Returns to solve a real issue in the area of tax return assembly, delivery and tracking. An issue that almost every firm faces. It’s rewarding to know the industry thought leaders have validated the product’s value to the marketplace,” said President and CEO, Steve Dusablon. “We are honored and excited to receive this award.”
SafeSend Returns is unique in that it is the only all-inclusive electronic system that automates and organizes tax return assembly. The application saves time and streamlines office workflow by increasing staff productivity and reducing piles of paperwork.
Clients love SafeSend Returns ease-of-use.The clear, logical delivery of information, allows them to process, review, approve, and deliver tax returns in about four minutes.
Winners and finalists of the Tax & Accounting Technology Innovation Award are selected by CPA Practice Advisors editorial board and awards committee, a group of accounting thought leaders and professionals from across the country.
“As the profession continues to embrace new workflows and processes that optimize the potentials of these technologies, firms are improving their efficiency and focusing their practices on more profitable service offerings that, at the same time, are more beneficial to the small businesses that rely on them for advice and strategy,” says CPA Practice Advisor Editor-in-Chief Gail Perry, CPA.
The award honors new and improved technologies that benefit tax and accounting professionals and their clients. Focusing on technology that improves workflow, increased accessibility, enhanced collaboration or other means