PracticeAccounting FirmsCCH loses another client to Digita

CCH loses another client to Digita

Digita wins accountancy firm from CCH

Accountancy firm Albert Goodman has decided to source its tax software from
Digita, replacing current suppliers CCH.

The firm, which employs 170 staff in total across Somerset, will have
implemented the new software, which includes three packages from Digita, before
the next tax year.

Digita won top ten accountancy firm Smith & Williamson as a client from
CCH earlier this year.

Dermot Hamblin, Digita Head of Sales said: With firms in the top 50 deciding
to change Digita in the last 12 months, no product has had greater scrutiny and
no implementation team has been under more pressure to deliver, than Digita.’

CCH, part of multi-media company Wolters Kluwer, bought out the UK arm of
MYOB early last year and created CCH ProSystem a tax package that uses
technology from both companies.

Further reading:

Digita wins Smith & Williamson from CCH

MYOB brand to be phased out

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