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MHA MacIntyre Hudson expands cloud computing capabilities with Exact

UK accounting firm MHA MacIntyre Hudson has selected Exact for its cloud accounting software and combined customer relationship management (CRM) solutions.

This collaboration will allow MHA MacIntyre Hudson to provide a more personalised service to its clients, including offshore investment funds. Exact’s software provides an integrated accounting solution for companies of all sizes and sits alongside MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s current cloud based software offerings. 
Rakesh Shaunak (pictured), managing partner, MHA MacIntyre Hudson, says: “We are always looking to maximise new technology in order to increase productivity, improve our client service and create new opportunities. The Exact software will enable MHA MacIntyre Hudson to manage administration online in one place and increase automation, facilitating efficient and streamlined client management. Exact is an effective and flexible solution that we can utilise in a variety of ways as our business continues to grow.” 
MHA MacIntyre Hudson has a large customer base that will benefit from using Exact, including companies which handle stock control and inventory, have major projects or multi-currency sites to manage, or require manufacturing software. Exact’s cloud-first model means that MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s customers will all benefit from a single access-point solution in the cloud.
“With its uptake of new accounting technology, MHA MacIntyre Hudson is leading the way towards a more digitally-driven accountancy,” says Gavin Fell, general manager UK at Exact. “We’re glad to be working with them as they continue to grow their cloud and CRM capabilities. Our software will help them to streamline their key business processes, improve customer relations and reduce back-end admin, allowing their staff to focus on providing the best possible service to clients. We look forward to developing this relationship over the coming months and years.”

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