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LexisNexis launches accounting software product

LexisNexis has launched a new accounting and taxation software product aimed at smaller practices.

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The software, originally produced by Devon-based software company Digita, will be rebranded under the famous Tolley’s name and sold across the UK.

But the practice software will face stiff competition from the likes of Iris and Sage.

‘We’re one obvious player that hasn’t been in software for a number of years,’ said LexisNexis business development head Danny Williams. ‘We will give the market a good run for its money.’

Jerry Rihll, MD of Digita, said: ‘One of our challenges is the consolidation in the marketplace. Through this partnership we can reach a broader market.’

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