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Announcing our new integration: Ignition + Intuit Practice Management

Today we announce our new integration: Ignition + Intuit Practice Management
PRODUCT 1 mins 30 Jun 2020 by Ryan Embree
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Our mission at Ignition is to transform the way accountants, bookkeepers, and their clients do business together. We are now taking that one step further with our new integration with Intuit Practice Management (IPM) powered by Karbon.

By connecting Ignition and Intuit Practice Management, tax professionals will be able to build an end-to-end connected workflow starting with the signed engagement letter, delivering the completed engagement, and finally, the invoicing and payment collection.

To learn more about the Ignition and Intuit Practice Management, view our recent webinar with Intuit as we explore this new integration.

What is Intuit Practice Management?

With Intuit Practice Management, tax professionals can seamlessly navigate to Intuit ProConnect™ Tax Online and Lacerte® to confidently scope work, automate data collection, scale client onboarding, anticipate bottlenecks and automate recurring work. Intuit Practice Management users experience unparalleled productivity with practice management that deeply integrates with both their work email and their tax software. In addition, it enables users to centralize all client contacts, communication and work in the cloud.

Intuit Practice Management is currently only available in the United States for ProConnect™ Tax Online and Lacerte®

What can I do with Ignition and Intuit Practice Management?

With a simple link between your Services in Ignition and your Work Templates in Intuit Practice Management, each time a client accepts a service in a proposal, a work item will be created for that client in Intuit Practice Management. This means:

  1. Greater automation of your administrative tasks such as getting engagement letters signed
  2. More visibility of what work your team is working on
  3. A clearly defined scope of work with your clients
  4. Accounts Receivable can be eliminated with automated payment collection in Ignition
To find out more about the Ignition and Intuit Practice Management integration, watch our recent webinar recording, and read our support articles here.

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Ryan Embree

Director, Partnerships (AMER)  Ignition

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Published 30 Jun 2020 Last updated 27 Oct 2022