Smith & Williamson has moved to Digita for its tax software, replacing
current supplier CCH.
The firm moved from CCH, the accountancy IT provider that is part of Wolters
Kluwer, to Digita Personal Tax.
Lee Drewett, senior national tax manager at Smith & Williamson, said:
‘Having the best tax software and best customer service is essential for our tax
practice to ensure that we continue to provide the very best taxation service to
all our clients whether they be individuals, trusts or businesses.’
Digita is backed by Thomson Reuters and is part of the Sweet & Maxwell
division that produces legal and publishing material. Digita also supplies
software to Baker Tilly, RSM Bentley Jennison and Haines Watts.
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