OPM’s New Enhancement

Office Practice Manager (OPM) is the workflow management application from GovReports for tax practitioners to easily manage clients, compliance jobs with deadlines, non-compliance jobs, … staff and calendar that you will love to use everyday.
Whether you are a sole practitioner or practice with many staff, planning tool such as OPM enables for workflow process to be set up and create visionary foundation of a work culture that the team can rely on for a better and consistent workplace environment.
OPM was recently merged with GovReports lodgement platform and now releasing new improvement that will continue to enhance the work efficiency.

The New Enhancement:
As a workflow management system, we wanted to for our users to be able to see their overall practice in a glance from the dashboard. So we made the enhancement to the Job Status to hopefully reduce the clutter and present a clearer and cleaner display of job and or work status information.

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The Way Forward With Single Touch Payroll

The commencement of Single Touch Payroll since July 2018 for businesses with more than 20 employees was the starting of the new reporting era for employers to submit information such as their employees’ salaries and wages, pay as you go withholding and super information to the Australian Tax Office (ATO) supposing from their payroll solution each time they pay their employees.

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GovReports is now ISO 27001:2013 Certified

As part of the ATO Operational Framework requiring for online compliance reporting software
providers that store, process and lodge compliance reports to the ATO containing Tax File Numbers
and other sensitive financial information, must be undergoing a process and security audit by
independent assessors that perform either iRAP, SIO/IEC 27001, OWASP ASV3.0 or SOC2.

Today, we are proud to announce that the GovReports Group has passed our ISO 27001:2013 audit
and have been awarded the ISO 27001:2013 certificate for the quality process and online security
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