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PwC works with cloud leaders

PwC works with cloud leaders including Xero & Spotlight Reporting to create an innovative cloud solution

PwC today announced it is working with a range of Australasian cloud providers, from startups to market leaders, to deliver a purpose-built cloud platform that brings together the leading cloud solutions in the market today, all in one place.

Called PwC’s Next, it brings together multiple cloud accounting tools and a host of other integrated cloud applications on a customisable dashboard. Even the initial eco-system includes the ability to integrate with Xero, MYOB, Spotlight Reporting, Shoeboxed, ezyCollect, Debtor Daddy, Exsalerate, ENTO, NowInfinity, IODM and Hedgebook as well as unique PwC digital business tools, such as the Nifty R&D (Australian tax rebate claim tool).

“We recognise every client is different, with different business needs,” PwC’s Cloud Leader Scott Mcliver said.

“Through PwC’s Next, our clients can mix and match what tools they need to run their business, and have them all on the one dashboard with the one log in. We are committed to an open and agnostic platform meaning we’ve got multiple General Ledgers and add-on solutions from day one. This gives our clients the freedom to choose the cloud tools that best suit their business needs.

“There’s a phenomenal amount of innovation happening in the local cloud environment – having an open platform that allows us to continuously bring on best of breed solutions for our clients is absolutely critical,” Mr McLiver says

Key features of PwC’s Next:

•See your whole business in one spot – accessible anytime, anywhere on any device
•Single sign-on
•Multiple entities
•Access to live financial data
•Holistic view of entire portfolio, including business trends, in real time
•Ability to personalise dashboard view with information relevant to particular stakeholder
•Real time notifications on business performance
•Integration capability with more than 60 different cloud-based business tools (from GLs to CRM, payables automation and inventory management)

“We know our clients are looking for deeper insights and visibility of the “whole picture”. The ability to get on the front foot in making decisions. We are committed to arming our clients with the very best tools in the marketplace to enable them thrive in the digital era.” Mr McLiver said.

“Through PwC’s Next, our advisers will work with clients in real time on their customised cloud dashboard to solve their unique business problems, surface valuable insights and help clients realise their business goals.

PwC will officially launch PwC’s Next in March. It will be the richest and most diverse cloud ecosystem of any accounting firm in Australasia, with multiple General Ledgers and Add-Ons, including a number of unique PwC business tools, such as the Nifty R&D tax rebate claim tool.

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