Thomson Reuters Releases Checkpoint Pocket Assistant Mobile App
NEW YORK, July 22, 2013- Thomson Reuters has released Checkpoint Pocket Assistant, a new mobile app that helps tax and accounting professionals perform routine tasks from anywhere on their Apple iPhones. The app serves as a hub for additional apps available for download, including commonly used reference information and calculations. The Checkpoint Pocket Assistant is available to download from the Apple App Store at no cost.
"Our Pocket Assistant is another example of our commitment to helping our customers increase their productivity and efficiency so they can spend more time on strategic planning and business development," said Steve Zelman, senior vice president of Checkpoint Platforms, Thomson Reuters. "These apps further expand our mobile research offerings which include: Thomson Reuters Checkpoint for tablets and smart phones, Thomson Reuters ProView eBooks for tablets, and now our Checkpoint Pocket Assistant apps for iPhones."
New apps available through Checkpoint Pocket Assistant include:
"These free and nominally priced apps are the first in a series available in the Checkpoint Pocket Assistant app," said Zelman. "Watch for more to come out during the year."
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