As a global leader in providing unbiased, accurate and up-to-the-minute news and information to our customers across a variety of professions, it is essential that trust remain a cornerstone of how we do business. For more clarity on trust and its role within each of our businesses, we talked with several of our business leaders to gather their thoughts on the importance of trust in the professional areas we serve.
“Thomson Reuters is a company that is respected around the world for its independence and integrity. Global Growth & Operations operates in some of the most dynamic economies in the world, often where business and legal practices are evolving rapidly. Nothing is more important to our business than the trust our customers put in us, and it is particularly important in the growth markets, which are striving to build transparent markets and professional standards. Thomson Reuters’ dedication to the highest ethical standards everywhere we do business — with our customers and with our partners, competitors and each other — is essential to maintaining that trust.”
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On April 9, we announced the acquisition of Fast Facts, a provider of corporate tax software solutions in India. The acquisition was a collaborative effort between Global Growth & Operations and Tax & Accounting. Fast Facts represents our initial entry into the tax software market in India and provides one of the key foundations for our Tax & Accounting business that we will be growing rapidly in India.
Headquartered in Mumbai, India with 35 employees, Fast Facts is the leading tax withholding software provider in India. Fast Facts’ tax software solutions are used by businesses in India to help streamline processes and manage the growing number of legislative changes. With approximately 10,000 customers that include small firms, multi-national corporations and the Big 4 (KPMG, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers), the acquisition of Fast Facts is an exciting venture for Tax & Accounting as it marks our initial entry into the growing tax software market in India.
As the tax and accounting industry continues to break global boundaries and companies look to expand into new and emerging markets, they need the information and local expertise to stay in compliance. Fast Facts, now with the resources of Tax & Accounting and Thomson Reuters, will look to capitalize on this new industry trend and continue to provide sophisticated tax software solutions to multi-national corporations.
Thomson Reuters has always viewed India as a growing market and a vital contributor to our success. Outside of the U.S., India represents our second largest location within Thomson Reuters with over 10,000 employees – 800 of those employees dedicated to Tax & Accounting operations. (more…)