Accountants have long sought better ways to get market information from their many software databases.

Tax and accounting professionals should be able to mine their databases, particularly their time and billing systems. It’s that kind of ability that separates practice management software from simple T&B. Moreover, they should be able to mine them from a central location, and not have to look in separate applications that must be separately updated. They should be able to take their tax client databases and figure out which clients are the best targets for selling additional services. Sound familiar?

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