Financial Services

With more taxpayers filing their returns electronically each tax season, and 46.6 million returns this year, the steady increase in data might have challenged the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) heritage systems. However, Acentia’s successful modernization of the IRS’s legacy applications allows for timely and seamless processing of taxes each year. This past season, the IRSirs-logo.jpeg_0 issued more than 40 million tax refunds, an increase of more than six percent compared to the same time last year and nearly 90 percent of these refunds were directly deposited into taxpayers’ accounts.

Acentia has over 23 years of experience serving the IRS, providing deep institutional knowledge and experience. Our technical innovations and thought leadership support the IRS in updating, modernizing, and maintaining mission critical applications supporting the Tax Filing Season and Tax Processing Modernization. We support implementation of legislative mandates, such as the Affordable Care Act and yearly tax law updates. Acentia’s highly regarded professionals are adept at understanding IRS business needs and have a track record of developing software under budget and ahead of schedule.

Our focus at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is to coordinate and strategically manage IT projects and initiatives in support of the agency’s internal administrative, personnel, and finance functions. We work to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the agency’s internal systems and their ability to support the agency’s successful accomplishment of its core mission of protecting investors. We leverage project management Best Practices to better enable the SEC to actively manage multiple IT projects and meet or exceed their business goals. Our support ensures flawless integration, improved communications, and increased control over program resources and priorities.

They say there are only two certainties in life; death and taxes. If we can assure one of those is less painful, we consider this a mark in the ‘win’ column.