Taylorcocks are celebrating after being named “Emerging Partner of the Year” at the XeroCon Awards in October 2017 in London. The award comes after Taylorcocks successfully embarked on a project to transition clients from other software products and manual records to Xero.
Taylorcocks’ TCVision offering is a cutting-edge suite of cloud accounting solutions that integrates Xero with a number of other powerful systems built in-house and enables clients to have a real-time view of their historic and future financial performance.
The impact of combining Taylorcocks’ advisory services with innovative systems, such as Xero, can be life-changing for small business owners and this award highlights the value of implementing such an efficient and modern accountancy service.
Richard Keyes, Managing Director of Taylorcocks, praised his staff on the progress they’ve made with integrating Xero into the wider service offering, saying:
This award highlights the value of delivering the efficient and modern accountancy service that Taylorcocks provides. Our team has enabled Taylorcocks’ clients to improve their efficiency by automating time-consuming tasks and building a platform that makes day-to-day processes simpler and easier to manage.
Richard also highlighted the need to go further than improving efficiency:
As a modern accountancy practice with a wide range of highly qualified professionals at our disposal, Taylorcocks has a responsibility to not only improve our clients’ day-to-day processes, but also to provide invaluable advice that enables our clients to improve their overall financial performance.
As a leading provider of accountancy software, Xero is arguably one of the most influential organisations in the finance sector and the pressure on accountancy firms to incorporate innovative systems into their service offerings will only increase over time, as more and more business owners make the move from traditional systems to cloud solutions.
Taylorcocks is already leading the way and, as a Top 100 UK firm and the “Emerging Partner of the Year” in 2017, it doesn’t appear that this will change any time soon.