CCH Small Firm Services will embark on a mulit-city roadshow later this month to demonstrate the improvements made to its ATX 2013 professional tax software. 

The roadshow kicks off in New York at the N.Y. Marriot East Side on November 20 and then in Brooklyn, N.Y., on November 22 at the N.Y. Marriot Brooklyn. The show will conclude in Atlanta on December 12 and is designed to give tax professionals in markets across the country the opportunity for hands-on testing of ATX 2013 software.    

“We know there are a lot of tax professionals who are eager to see ATX 2013 for themselves, and we are eager to share it with them,” said Kerri Gibson, director, product management – small professional segment, at CCH SFS. “We developed the ATX 2013 Roadshow to give tax professionals the opportunity to try ATX 2013 and experience firsthand the changes we have made to the software.”

Other cities on the roadshow include Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles and Houston.

Last tax season there were some noted issues with the 2012 version of ATX, with customers complaining about problems and the company ultimately addressing the “bugs” in the system. CCH SFS president Jeff Gramlich subsequently resigned and former Wolters Kluwer Financial & Compliance Services vice president and general manager Jason Marx stepped into the role.