We're delighted to announce that our CEO and managing director, Andrew Walsh, is through to the national judging stages in the 2017 EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. The finalists were announced at a ceremony last night.
Andrew co-founded XPLAN Technology, which was sold to IRESS in 2003. Andrew was appointed chief executive of IRESS in 2009. Since that time, IRESS has grown to a team of more than 1,800 people across 7 countries.
The EY Entrepreneur of the Year program operates in more than 145 cities and in over 60 countries worldwide, and recognises and celebrates the spirit and contribution of exceptional entrepreneurs.
Andrew Walsh talks about entrepreneurship and why it's made IRESS what it is today.
Gamifying Australia’s superannuation industry is a fresh approach to address the thorny issue of engagement.
We're making it simpler to integrate your choice of third party software into ours.
Our teams power up their tache’s to support and raise funds for men's health issues.
Class announces integration with XPLAN, delivering a shared single view of wealth for advisers, accountants and their clients.
IRESS’ Melbourne-based team have created a customised version of its CRM for IRESS Foundation partner Whitelion.
To deliver even better solutions, we are bringing users into the software design and development process.
We recently introduced a new support management system, IRESS Service Central. We’ve recapped the key points
Taking place over 24 hours and spanning five continents, it's one of the biggest hackathons of its kind.
IRESS is proud to celebrate our one year anniversary as corporate sponsors of industry leading advocacy group, Financial Executive Women (FEW).
IRESS’ Legal Team members have been honoured with inclusion on the GC Powerlist: Australia and New Zealand Teams, by The Legal 500.
InFocus report in Professional Planner featuring IRESS CEO Andrew Walsh. The challenge for advisers in coming years will be to separate genuine technological upgrades for their business from the latest shiny new toys.
IRESS' response to article in shedCONNECT