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Caseware unveils cloud engagement software for Canada’s accountants

Software provider CaseWare International has launched CaseWare ReviewCompTax, a cloud-based solution for accountants and auditors in Canada that consolidates multiple engagement processes and, it claims enables firms to work more efficiently.

The collaborative platform features artificial intelligence, real-time collaboration, automated workflows, and big data analytics. It enables accountants and auditors to perform review, compilation and tax engagements from a single database, securely hosted in CaseWare Cloud.

The solution handles financials, review, compilation, tax, guided workflows, engagement letters and PBC in one cohesive workflow, supported by a client portal and file storage capabilities. The platform provides web-based tools for 24/7 real-time access to client accounts and information. This includes automatic updates and shared dashboards to ensure everyone is working on the same documents and that all communication is securely sent, received and tracked.

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