Twinfield has expanded its web service with new reporting tools that enable businesses to generate customised reports in order to provide enhanced insights into business information, based on the specific situation, goals and requirements of the organisation. By adjusting financial reports to unique specifications, businesses can strengthen their decision-making processes with real-time business information. The new functionality also benefits accountants as it provides considerable time-savings in gathering important client data.
André Kwakernaat, managing director and co-founder of Twinfield, said: “Both businesses and accountants benefit from reports that can be generated quickly and fit to order. Due to our new reporting capabilities, accountants no longer need to invest many hours in retrieving relevant client data, nor do they need to acquire separate reporting tools. Twinfield has expanded its offering with the capability for businesses to generate and correlate all preferred data at no additional cost. The enthusiastic responses of our test panel underscore that our innovations are the right fit for the functionality accountants demand of a comprehensive accounting service.”
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