The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters has added multiple enhancements to its NetClient CS client portal platform designed for ease of use and extending them to mobile devices.

NetClient CS portals are designed to offer firms and their clients a secure way to access finished documents and tax returns, transfer data, convey information, receive and pay client invoices, access client accounting software, and other data form any Internet connection.

New features include a firm-branded mobile app that provides accounting firm clients on-the-go access to their NetClient CS services and content while allowing the firm to retain control over which services are available.  There is also a flatter navigation structure that enables users to find and review documents with fewer clicks.

The enhancements come as the company claims to have implemented more than 900,000 NetClient CS portals for accounting firm clients.

 “Today’s accounting firm clients expect their business partners and professional service providers to be available online. Mobile access and anytime-anywhere connectivity to the firm are important client service components,” said Scott Fleszar, vice president, strategic marketing, Tax & Accounting, Thomson Reuters. “Mobile and cloud technologies are increasingly shaping firm workflow and changing the way professionals serve and communicate with clients. And the new navigation structure makes it much easier to find what you need, whether you’re working on a PC or a touch-based mobile device.”

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