TechnologyAccounting SoftwareGrant Thornton strikes software deal

Grant Thornton strikes software deal

Solution 6 has won a deal to provide Grant Thornton with tax software throughout the firm's 34 UK offices.

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Software product SecTAX should help Grant Thornton track the acquisition and disposal of clients’ securities investments and record the dividends and interest that they receive.

Another product, Trust Accounts, supports the investment management requirements of high-net individuals and entities holding investments such as trusts, probates, charities and pension funds.

Simon Crompton, general manager at Solution 6 said: ‘We’re very pleased to be extending our relationship with one of the leading UK business advisors.’

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