Inform Direct agrees software deal with accountancy firm KPMG
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Suffolk-based records management company Inform Direct has formed an alliance with leading accountancy firm KPMG.
Inform Direct’s secretarial software will be used by KPMG’s Small Business Accounting service to submit annual returns, maintain shareholder records, update officer records and change company details for its clients.
The software, developed by the Inform Direct team in Ipswich, will also allow KPMG to incorporate new businesses through the cloud-based system.
Henry Catchpole, chief executive of Inform Direct, said: “We have been working with KPMG for a while to demonstrate the ease and effectiveness of our system, showing them how it can improve the service they offer their clients, whilst making the secretarial process much more seamless and straightforward for their employees.
“We are absolutely thrilled to have signed an agreement with KPMG to rubber stamp their use of our system for their company records management team and we look forward to developing the relationship with them going forwards.”
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Inform Direct was set up by Mr Catchpole, an experienced entrepreneur, in 2012 and has grown steadily, attracting accountancy practices, bookkeepers and small businesses looking for a tool to assist in company secretarial tasks.
Mr Catchpole said: “The platform is a helpful tool for all businesses, whether you are an accountancy practice managing the records of hundreds of clients, a bookkeeper managing ten or a small business owner looking after your own affairs.
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“It saves you time and ensures everything is all in one place. It also helps you by ensuring actions such as company returns are completed on time.”