There is a lot to keep track of when managing your tax practice. Inherently, there are a lot of complex moving pieces, especially when interacting and working with clients. With Canopy’s newest updates to the Client Portal, however, things just a got a whole lot easier for your firm.
The Client Portal Manager allows for a much more efficient process for practitioners to onboard new users and manage access to the client portal. It also gives you the ability to manage and monitor client information and activity as well. Let’s take a closer look at the benefits of the new updates.
Updated portal organization
In the Client Portal Manager, you can now quickly see which contacts have access to your portal and which ones do not. You can quickly manage user access and invitations to the portal in addition to resending or revoking those invitations.
Efficient onboarding of new clients
One hassle many professionals face when managing their tax practice is trying to efficiently onboard new clients. Canopy alleviates this burden by allowing you to send invitations to the Client Portal in bulk to multiple users at once.
Easy access to view client usage and activity
The Client Portal Manager now allows easier access to client information and gives you the ability to monitor user activity on the software. You can quickly see usage and login information from users, including when they last logged in. This also includes being able to know whether clients have even created an account as well as viewing their number of logins and web sessions. With Canopy, you can manage your clients intelligently and understand their behaviors when using the software.
Get more done
Don’t spend your time on things that don’t matter. Enjoy the ease of having one place to manage all of your clients. Canopy’s Client Portal Manager allow you to get more done in less time, making your firm more profitable.
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