The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters has released Mobile CS, an iPhone app that provides mobile access to the company’s Practice CS practice management system.

The iPhone app gives Practice CS users remote access to key firm, staff and client data through their iPhones. Future Mobile CS updates will include access to additional CS Professional Suite and Enterprise Suite functions and data, enabling tax and accounting professionals to manage their firm from home or on the road. Development of the Mobile CS app for other mobile devices, such as BlackBerry and Android phones, is currently being considered.

“Our goals are to help our customers be more efficient, and to leverage the technology they use every day, so they can better serve their own clients,” said Teresa Mackintosh, general manager and senior vice president, Americas - Professional, Tax & Accounting, Thomson Reuters. “We realize that mobile computing and the use of devices like the iPhone are transforming how professionals do business.”

The initial release of Mobile CS offers on-the-go Practice CS content, such as client and staff data, as well as key firm data such as work in process and accounts receivable. Users have the ability to review client interactions before a meeting, check staff availability while out of the office, view the status of a project, and much more.

Mobile CS is available for download from the Apple iTunes App Store free of charge.  Trial data is automatically downloaded with Mobile CS, enabling any iPhone user to try Mobile CS and become familiar with its features and navigation without incurring any charges. Syncing a firm’s Practice CS data to Mobile CS requires licensing through Thomson Reuters.

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