TechnologyTwinfield expands online operations

Twinfield expands online operations

European software company offers accountants enhanced business reporting capabilities in its expanded cloud offering

Twinfield, the provider of online accounting services for Europe, has
expanded web-user capabilities by allowing reports to be customised with
business information and real time data.

The IT company enlisted the help of 12 accountancy firms to perform extensive
testing on the new online service. It enables enhanced reporting of finance data
with the added benefit of using preferred language and customising reports which
can streamline relevant information for the client.

André Kwakernaat, managing director and co-founder of Twinfield said: Both
businesses and accountants benefit from reports that can be generated quickly
and fit to order.’

‘Due to our new reporting capabilities, accountants no longer need to invest
many hours in retrieving relevant client data, nor do they need to acquire
separate reporting tools’ he added.

The new service offering, which is aimed at helping accountants save time in
data gathering, has added security precautions as access to reports or
information can be restricted.

Further reading:

Cloud computing on the rise despite security concerns

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