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Grant Thornton LLP, a leading Canadian accounting and advisory firm providing audit, tax and advisory services to private and public organizations, and Intuit, the leading global technology platform powering QuickBooks, Canada’s leading financial management software, today announced a strategic alliance.
Under this alliance, Grant Thornton has selected QuickBooks’ all-in-one accounting software as a cloud accounting technology of choice, leveraging the power of QuickBooks’ suite of financial tools to create a collaborative and seamless experience between the small business client and advisor.
“QuickBooks is a platform that allows our people to collaborate seamlessly with their clients. This digital platform provides our clients with a greater understanding of their business metrics and empowers our people to provide more impactful operational and strategic advice. We believe that businesses embracing digital solutions will be in a better position to thrive, particularly when combined with strategic insights from a business advisor,” says Jim Copeland, COO of Grant Thornton.
The new cloud accounting service from Grant Thornton was designed with the small-medium sized business in mind, encouraging customization, scalability, collaboration and automation to meet the unique needs of each client as they grow and evolve. Using QuickBooks’ connected suite of business tools will enable automation, and simplify operations, making it easy to bring financials into focus.
The connected suite of QuickBooks business tools including QuickBooks Payments, Payroll, and cash flow capabilities provide businesses with unrivaled service and insights that help them succeed. As a trusted partner of Canadian entrepreneurs, QuickBooks is committed to supporting their success every day by helping them navigate the financial complexities they face when managing their business.
“It’s important for us at QuickBooks to partner with industry leaders like Grant Thornton to support the evolving needs of small businesses. Providing powerful and essential tools alongside the help of trusted advisors plays an important role in helping small businesses grow and succeed,” said Gary Drysdale, Director of Sales at Intuit QuickBooks Canada. “We look forward to working with Grant Thornton to continue to power prosperity for Canadian small businesses.”
Gary Drysdale is Director of Sales at Intuit Canada, where he leads the Canadian Sales organization for the Small Business & Self-Employed Group, as well as Sales supporting the ProConnect Group. Drysdale is also responsible for supporting the Canada Field, Services, Service Delivery, and Inside Sales teams.
By: Gary Drysdale