Twinfield, a provider of online accounting services, and Deloitte Netherlands are collaborating to expand service provision for small and medium enterprise (SME) customers through the integration of Twinfield’s accounting service and Deloitte’s online service portal, Ctrl. The collaboration means Deloitte customers will see a decrease in subscription fees and will be supported by Twinfield through online webinars. Entrepreneurs can now attend training sessions and presentations that assist in online accounting from their desktop computer. The Twinfield online helpdesk is also included in the Deloitte customers’ subscriptions.
André Kwakernaat, managing director and co-founder of Twinfield, said: “With its SME portal, Deloitte has found an excellent way to support the daily activities of its customers with services and consultancy. Online accounting fully adheres to this concept. I expect SME organisations will embrace the efficient and secure accounting method this close co-operation delivers.”
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