03 February 2009

Software developer Digita, part of Thomson Reuters, has announced that leading professional and financial services group Smith & Williamson has changed to Digita Personal Tax.

The award-winning ‘Top Ten’ firm, operating from 12 UK offices employing some 1500 people, is widely acknowledged for its expertise in taxation issues and tax efficient solutions.

Smith & Williamson’s move from CCH is further good news for Digita who have recently confirmed another Top 10 firm, Baker Tilly, as a new customer. With a Top 4 firm now using Digita and with RSM Bentley Jennison and the Haines Watts Group as established users, Digita now has 25% of the Top 20 business with others expected to follow.

Digita Managing Director Jerry Rihll said:

"Although this is the third Top 10 Firm to switch to Digita in the past 12 months, our relationship with Smith & Williamson has its roots in us providing tax software to its Bristol office – formerly known as Solomon Hare, which merged with Smith & Williamson in 2005."

Lee Drewett Senior National Tax Manager at Smith & Williamson added:

"Having the best tax software and best customer service is essential for our tax practice to ensure that we continue to provide the very best taxation service to all our clients whether they be individuals, trusts or businesses."

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