Thomson Reuters Offers Financial Analysis CS™ Software At No Charge
Wednesday, June 03, 2009
New offering to help accountants advise business clients
Dexter, Mich.—In today’s tough economic times, businesses are struggling with cashflow concerns, stress over loan covenants, and a host of other challenges that require expert advicefrom a trusted source—their accountant.
The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reutersannounced today that as of Monday, June 1, 2009, they will be offering their Financial Analysis CSsoftware to accounting firms free of charge to help them advise their clients.
Financial Analysis CS isa sophisticated product for financial analysis, benchmarking, and reporting that provides accountantsa powerful financial advisory tool for serving their business clients.
“We’re always looking for ways to strengthen the client-accountant relationship. With the currenteconomic climate, clients need the professional assistance of their accountants to survive andthrive,” said Jon Baron, President, Professional Software & Services, Tax & Accounting, ThomsonReuters. “By making Financial Analysis CS available to the profession, we see an opportunity to helpaccountants assist their business clients more effectively during a challenging economy.”
With Financial Analysis CS, accountants can analyze client financial data, compare performanceagainst similar businesses or industry standards, and provide clients with detailed, easy-to-followreports. Financial Analysis also offers the option to subscribe to RMA®—Risk ManagementAssociation—the leading provider of financial service industry information.
Financial Analysis CS is astand-alone program that is also part of the integrated CS Professional Suite, and provides additionaltime savings and reporting benefits when used in an integrated environment. For users of Write-UpCS and/or Trial Balance CS, financial data flows seamlessly into Financial Analysis CS.
“By providing Financial Analysis CS as an analytical toolkit for accountants, we’re arming them withthe knowledge they need to help their clients make sound financial decisions. That is always arequirement, but today, it may be critical for survival,” stated Baron.
For more information on Financial Analysis CS, please visit our website.
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