Thomson Reuters Welcomes PwC US as a Certified Implementer
Global program will help PwC to work seamlessly with clients' technology
NEW YORK, August 7, 2012-Thomson Reuters, the world's leading provider of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, announced today that PwC US has joined its Certified Implementer Program (CIP) for ONESOURCE solutions.
The Certified Implementer Program helps to develop knowledge and expertise of the ONESOURCE suite of products, providing assurance that the global accounting, advisory and consulting firms that serve multinational corporations (MNCs) are knowledgeable on the ONESOURCE suite of solutions.
Through the CIP, Thomson Reuters will provide PwC US with training and technical support that PwC will use to work with clients who use Thomson Reuters software solutions in their corporate tax and accounting departments.
For more information on the Certified Implementer Program from Thomson Reuters, visit: http://onesource.thomsonreuters.com/cip-partners.
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