TechnologyVendor snaps up BDO accounting software division

Vendor snaps up BDO accounting software division

IntoVision brokers deal to buy accounting software division from BDO Stoy Hayward

IntoVision has
acquired BDO Stoy Hayward’s business and accounting software division.
BDO
Stoy Hayward
is the UK arm of BDO International, the world’s fifth
largest accountancy network.

The Stoys software division implements leading mid-market business and
accounting software solutions from
Access Accounting
.

Following discussions with IntoVision director Peter Lingham, a deal was made
to acquire the business.

Lingham said, ‘This is an excellent new challenge – having grown one
Microsoft-based software company in only seven years to become the leader in its
field, I will apply the same passion for success here at IntoVision.’

John Beech, MD for Access Accounting, said: ‘We are excited that Peter has
made this acquisition and look forward to working closely with him.’

Further reading

Senior BASDA role for Access Accounting director

Wave of consolidation surges through business software
sector

Sage goes live with accounts online

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