ONLINE ACCOUNTANCY SOFTWARE provider Twinfield has recruited Barbara Kroll as its UK managing director.
Twinfield is one of the largest providers of online accountancy products and was acquired by Wolters Kluwer in June last year to expand its cloud software range across Europe.
Since the acquisition Twinfield’s book-keeping products have been integrated with Wolters Kluwer’s CCH-tax, accounting and audit software.
Kroll (pictured) was previously vice-president for Europe in Wolters Kluwer’s tax & accounting division.
“I am very pleased to have Barbara taking on this new role,” said Wolters Kluwer tax & accounting CEO Kevin Robert.
“Barbara has been an outstanding leader for the development of new products and technologies that meet the need of accountants across Europe. Based on this success she is exceptionally well suited to lead the expansion of Twinfield in the UK.”
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