Tenon has signed a partner agreement with software company IT Inside Out, to
offer its online accounting product to clients.
The deal enables Tenon staff and clients to run software over the internet,
with the most popular being Sage Line50, hosted in ITIO’s data centres.
Tenon outsourcing director Michaela Johns said: ‘We strongly believe that
online accounting is the solution that progressive practices and their clients
will increasingly use to get the most out of their relationship.’
ITIO managing director Robert Lambden claimed that the deal underlined the
‘relevance’ of the online accounting model: ‘We can point to two years’
successful commercial service behind us and we are able to provide our service
to practices of all sizes quickly and cost effectively.’
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