Thomson Reuters has released ONESOURCE Property Tax version 9.5, a Web-based offering that now supports Microsoft SQL Server, allowing tax professionals to leverage data from other systems for access to all property tax related information. 

Other notable features of ONESOURCE Property Tax 9.5 include an intuitive home tab for access to all the components needed to complete property tax filings, and integration of the asset and tax center so users can toggle between functions.

“Knowing how dynamic the property tax landscape is, we wanted to make our solution even more nimble to keep up with the growing needs of our clients,” said Chip Ferris, senior director of technology solutions for ONESOURCE Property Tax. “Moving to the Microsoft SQL server environment allows us to provide a more robust platform for rapid development of the features and functionality that our customers demand. In addition, this latest version enables our users to access our entire suite of ONESOURCE tax and accounting solutions to meet their entire tax compliance needs.” 

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