Accountancy practice Hiller Hopkins has decided to move its technology
requirements from CCH’s PerTAX to Digita’s tax suite.
The firm trialed Digita’s personal, business & trust tax applications and
hopes to get all its offices including Mayfair, Aylesbury and Watford using the
new software for the next tax year.
Joel Harding, principal accountant at Hillier said: The tax software we were
using was to undergo significant change so it was an appropriate time to look at
‘We considered there were only two real options and we liked the look and
layout of Digita’s product’ he added.
The firm added that the new product had greater risk management information
which was ‘clearer’ than its current system, among other functionalities.
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