Deloitte is Thomson Reuters’ first Diamond-Tier implementer
Big Four firm Deloitte is the first accounting firm to achieve Diamond-Tier status under Thomsons Reuters’ ONESOURCE Certified Implementer Program.
To achieve Diamond-Tier status, firms need to be certified across the entire ONESOURCE suite of tax applications, lead the highest volume of ONESOURCE implementations, and have a global presence with certified implementers in a minimum of five countries.
Thomson Reuters established the tier status this year in order to further grow and formalize its implementer ecosystem. Gold-Tier firms have to offer at least one product suite and process a high volume of implementations, while Silver-Tier firms must be certified on at least one product suite.
Firms that have achieved Silver-Tier status include some of the largest in the profession, such as BDO, Crowe, EY, Grant Thornton, KPMG and PwC. Until Deloitte achieved Diamond-Tier status, it was the only firm at the Gold level.
“We’re delighted to welcome Deloitte to the Diamond Tier of CIP,” said Piotr Marczewski, president of the corporate customer segment for Thomson Reuters, in a statement. “Deloitte’s new designation within CIP demonstrates its team’s commitment to our ONESOURCE customer base and to empowering companies with best-in-class tax technology needed for today’s shifting global regulatory landscape.”
“The Deloitte team is thrilled to be recognized as a Diamond-Tier implementer by Thomson Reuters,” added Nathan Andrews, a partner at Deloitte Tax LLP and leader of Deloitte’s tax management consulting national practice. “This distinction highlights our ongoing mission, through our work as a certified implementer of Thomson Reuters’ solutions, to strengthen the bond in companies between tax and the broader organization by enriching the functionality, seamlessness and value-add of ONESOURCE.”
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