Thomson Reuters launches Accounting CS platform
The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters this week announced the launch of its Accounting CS platform, which is designed to take a new approach to professional accounting software by combining write-up, live and after-the-fact payroll, trial balance, financial reporting, and client accounting into a single unified platform.
- The ability to divide work by task, not just by client. This will enable staff to perform accounting tasks and apply them to multiple clients, or even firm-wide, in just a few steps. It also opens new workflow options, including enabling staff members to specialize by task, and not simply be focused on client-by-client work.
- The highest level of accountant/client collaboration available. Accounting CS gives accounting firms the ability to specifically configure their clients’ online access and usage of their data. This enables accountants to customize a unique client accounting tool for each of their clients, while at the same time, eliminating the need for a separate client-side database. Changes and updates are available instantly, the firm can access the most recent client data at any time, and data imports and transfers are eliminated.
- The capability for multiple staff to work on the same client simultaneously, offering greater firm efficiency and collaboration.
- Enhanced payroll features, including batch payroll processing and advanced configuration options designed to streamline every step of the payroll process.
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