The leading advisory firm, specialising in independent assurance, tax and advisory services, chose to partner with MYOB to consolidate its solution providers after a lengthy review process. At the core of MYOB’s offering, the centralised common ledger will enhance the firm’s efficiencies through the ability to share clients’ data in real-time and improve client collaboration online.
MYOB CEO Tim Reed says, “We are very pleased to work with Grant Thornton - a well-respected firm within the fifth largest accounting network in the world - in advancing its accounting and business advisory system. The Accountants Enterprise (http://myob.com.au/
“Some of the biggest payoffs of client accounting and the common ledger include saving time, reducing rework, increasing collaboration and strengthening client relationships. The firm enters key information once and it is automatically shared across MYOB’s tightly integrated suite. Further, all workflows are managed in one central location, reducing duplicate effort and the risk of errors. All these benefits will boost productivity and provide more time for the team to focus on growing their business and that of their clients.”
Grant Thornton’s National Head of Privately Held Business and Wealth Advisory, Michael Pittendrigh says, “The implementation of a standardised national platform will enable us to further enhance our service value proposition to private business and to position Grant Thornton as the pre-eminent advisor to a dynamic middle market. The MYOB platform will allow us to access client’s data in real time, assisting in the delivery of more timely insights and solutions.”
Mr Reed adds, “It was vital for Grant Thornton to have access to the most advanced workpaper module and integrated document management solution in the market today. This includes secure direct access to clients’ data via our client accounting modules without leaving the practice suite. MYOB delivers on those needs and more.”
Grant Thornton Australia has more than 1,300 employees in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. They combine service breadth, depth of expertise and industry insight with an approachable “client first” mind-set focused on making a difference to clients, colleagues and local communities.
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Kristy Sheppard, MYOB Public Relations & Corporate Affairs Manager
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