THE TERMINATION of a licence and distribution agreement for a corporation tax program between Thomson Reuters and Sage has been confirmed.
Sage announced last month that it would be releasing its own corporation tax offering.
For accountancy practices affected by this change, the product will continue to be available from Thomson Reuters as Digita Corporation Tax Advanced powered by ONESOURCE.
For other affected businesses, the software is available as ONESOURCE Corporation Tax.
Andrew Flanagan, managing director of Digita, said: “Digita Corporation Tax Advanced is the natural solution for accountants who want to minimise disruption and continue using corporation tax software that is powered by ONESOURCE. Our customers benefit from excellent support from a team that continually strives to deliver the highest levels of service and functionality and from integration of the product with the Digita Professional Suite.”
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