TechnologyAccounting SoftwareBDO signs deal with Thomson Reuters

BDO signs deal with Thomson Reuters

BDO is now certified to offer training and support on Thomson Reuters tax and compliance software Onesource.

BDO HAS SIGNED a deal with Thomson Reuters to become a consultant for its tax and accounting product Onesource.

The firm has received a CIP certification from Thomson Reuters to offer advice, training and support to organisations, on its Onesource software.

“Taking part in this program gives us the ability to add to our existing services,” said Mike Holt, practice leader for national tax automation consulting services, BDO USA.

“We’ll be able to provide the best service, coupled with sophisticated tax software products that can be highly beneficial to our clients.”

Onesource is used in 80 countries by large businesses with multi-regional tax liabilities.

Senior vice president and general manager of global tax technology for Thomson Reuters said BDO’s tax and consultancy expertise and CIP will provide “tremendous” benefits to clients.

 

 

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