PracticeAccounting FirmsCCH acquires Twinfield

CCH acquires Twinfield

Accountancy technology giant Wolters Kluwer acquires online rival Twinfield

CCH acquires Twinfield

SOFTWARE GIANT WOLTERS KLUWER has acquired web based IT business Twinfield.

Wolters Kluwer is one of the largest accountancy technology company’s in the UK.It provides traditional on-premise tax software unders its CCH division to the accountancy profession. Meanwhile Dutch-based Twinfield has been successful in producing online accounting technology.

Henri van Engelen, (pictured) MD of Wolters Kluwer tax & accounting Europe, said: “This acquisition strategically expands our offering of state-of-the-art accounting software solutions.

“It also uniquely positions us as the only provider today capable of offering both information and software solutions to accountants and SMEs in the Dutch market.”

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