The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters has launched Accounting CS, software that combines write-up, live and after-the-fact payroll, trial balance, financial reporting, and client accounting into a single unified platform.
Accounting CS was designed to help eliminate importing, uploading, and other client data transfer hurdles, while still allowing integration of third-party data such as QuickBooks, spreadsheet and time-clock data.
We believe Accounting CS sets a new standard in professional accounting platforms and solidifies our position as the leading provider of advanced accounting solutions for the profession, said Teresa Mackintosh, Thomson Reuters senior vice president and general manager, professional workflow & service solutions Americas. Designed by accountants, for accountants, this innovative, fully featured new platform uniquely fits into the workflow of professional accounting firms.
Accounting CS integrates with the rest of Thomson Reuters CS Professional Suite, including NetClient CS client portals and UltraTax CS tax preparation software. This release of Accounting CS includes write-up, payroll, trial balance and financial reporting capabilities. A Client Access module for Accounting CS will be released later this summer.
The impetus behind Accounting CS was to build an entirely new accounting platform that would leverage the Web, streamline accounting and payroll tasks, and connect the accountant to the client as seamlessly and collaboratively as possible, said Mackintosh. Accounting CS Client Access will give accounting firms far more control and much greater flexibility with how client work flows through the firm. For more information, visit http://CS.ThomsonReuters.com/AccountingCS.
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