IRESS XTOOLS

IRESS XTOOLS

In the year 1993, Bill Clinton become president of the USA, the blockbuster Jurassic Park was released and from a small board room in Australia, Iress was birthed. In 2019, Iress are a leading software supplier within the financial markets, wealth management and mortgage sectors with offices around the world.

XTOOLS is IRESS’ full cash flow modelling system that provides advisers with the ability to model multiple different scenarios and create a future plan for the client to follow in order to achieve their financial objectives.

The system has been built to provide a great depth of analysis options and integrates with IRESS’ CRM tool – X Plan. Within the players in the cashflow Market, IRESS are one of two players that integrate with a CRM tool. The tools provides smooth integrations, has extensive tax functionality and calculators. The system a wide range of functionality and the output reports can merge multiple reports such as letters and cash flow reports.

Robert says:

 “IRESS’ XTOOLS provides depth of analysis that is superior to most and the integration with their CRM tool XPlan, is not often seen amongst Cashflow planning solutuions.”

Our Thoughts

GOOD FEATURES

 

 

  • IRESS XTOOLS provides the ability to run projections past 100 years of age. 
  • IRESS XTOOLS provide a picture of how investments will grow over the course of time and base this on underlying assets as well as providing the ability to enter expected growth rates.
  • The tools provives the ability to prioritise goals which is importnat as every client will have a different set of goals.

GREAT FEATURES

 

 

  • IRESS XTOOLS provides advisers the ability to demonstrate the need for protection and the IRESS suite encompases varios tools that allow this.
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    Improvements

     

     

    • IRESS XTOOLS is a great system but the system doesn’t link with Personal Financial Management tools which can be used to highlight customer spending.

    • The tool also doesn’t link to customer accounts and fails to utilise open banking.

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    About The Author

    Robert Quartey

    With a Biological science degree, Robert joined the Financial services industry in 2014. Whilst sourcing and managing the IT estate for a Financial Advisory Firm, Robert has acquired a deeper working knowledge of Fintech and the management skills that are required for organisational change. Robert joined FTRC in June 2018 and works alongside Adam with research on protection and Adviser Software. Outside of work, Robert loves keeping active, watching pretty much every sport known to man and follows Manchester United Football Club.

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