TechnologyAccounting SoftwareKPMG signs deal with Thomson Reuters

KPMG signs deal with Thomson Reuters

KPMG is the sixth accountancy firm to become a consultant for Thomson Reuters' tax and compliance software Onesource

KPMG HAS SIGNED a deal with Thomson Reuters to become a consultant for its international tax and corporate governance software Onesource.

The Big Four Firm is now certified to offer clients training, support and advice on Thomson Reuters Onesource software, as well as other compliance products.

“At KPMG we are committed to helping our clients effectively cut through the complex challenges they face every day as they manage the operations of their corporate tax departments,” said Brad Brown tax and technology partner KPMG.

“Becoming a certified implementer of Thomson Reuters products, will further our ability to work more effectively with our clients.”

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

KPMG is the fifth firm to obtain certification alongside BDO, Deloitte, Grant Thornton and RSM McGladrey.

PwC recently signed a deal with Thomson Reuters to use Onesource corpoate tax UK.

 

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