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Stay up to date with the latest regulatory changes quickly and easily with trustworthy online tax and accounting resources.
This session is ideal for you if you are considering purchasing tax and accounting information solutions and want to evaluate our Checkpoint research platform and range of knowledge content.
Webinar overview

Presented by Allison Patrick, Professional Services Training Consultant at Thomson Reuters, the Checkpoint webinar will cover:

  • Why your practice needs a knowledge solution like Checkpoint in this digital era
  • How Checkpoint provides a solution that brings together tax and accounting information to help you find answers
  • And then provide a demonstration of Checkpoint’s key features and products followed by outlining the support provided to our Checkpoint customers. 
Our Presenter
Allison Patrick
Professional Services Training Consultant
Thomson Reuters
Allison has been the Checkpoint trainer at Thomson Reuters Australia and New Zealand since 2015.  In that time she has acquired an in-depth understanding of the knowledge solution, along with Thomson Reuters key product offerings and the value they offer Accountants in this digital era.  With over ten years international experience developing and delivering training programmes for a wide range of organisations, she enjoys working closely with customers to ensure their specific needs are met.
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