Thomson Reuters has named Grant Thornton LLP the first “Certified Implementer” of its corporate tax software.

Any Grant Thornton International member firm is eligible to participate in the Certified Implementer Program, which provides training and ongoing technical support for accounting and consulting firms that implement and integrate Thomson Reuters software in corporate accounting and tax departments.

"Becoming Certified Implementers of Thomson Reuters products demonstrates our commitment to helping corporate tax departments optimize their operations," said Mark Stutman, Grant Thornton's national managing partner of tax services. “We are pleased to take our relationship with Thomson Reuters to the next level as we continue to provide leading services to our clients."

Grant Thornton will initially be certified to implement two Thomson Reuters products: ONESOURCE Tax Provision and ONESOURCE WorkFlow Manager.

"In response to the increased complexity of global reporting, corporate tax and accounting solutions have become equally more sophisticated," said Brian Peccarelli, president of Workflow & Service Solutions for Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting. "The CIP designation lets corporate tax departments know their accounting and consulting firms fully understand Thomson Reuters products, and as a result, will receive superior service surrounding the implementation of our software."

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