Sunderland’s Inflo partners with Grant Thornton

Sunderland-based Inflo Limited has partnered with accountancy leader Grant Thornton UK LLP after a close collaboration between the two over the past year.

The formal announcement follows the duo working together to improve workflows, benefitting both staff and clients alike.

Inflo provides data analytics to its clients, which are in turn used to improve the accuracy, speed and overall experience of services, such as external audits.

Mark Edmondson, CEO at Inflo, said: “We are delighted to formally announce our relationship with Grant Thornton.

“We have worked very closely with the Grant Thornton team to ensure that the trial was successful and that our capabilities equally apply to the range of plc to owner managed clients Grant Thornton work with.

“The partnership between our organisations will prove incredibly valuable to current and future clients.”

Commenting on the collaboration, Sue Almond, Head of Assurance, Grant Thornton UK LLP, added: “This relationship has been tried and tested with both our people and clients to ensure it is targeted to specifically meet individual needs.

“This is part of our commitment to delivering quality with a focus on having the right people, doing the right job at the right time to ensure maximum client value delivery.

“Our work with Inflo has already created an even better quality performance, improving client interactions, and providing better insight and I’m delighted to be working with them.”

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