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Q&A: A paradigm shift?

With Thomson Elite describing its latest financial and practice-management software, Elite 3E, as its most “significant product launch in its 58-year history”, Managing Partner asks Jitendra Valera, the company’s vice president, international, to explain the excitement.

13 April 2006

What have been the main developments of the past year for Thomson Elite?

Key developments within Thomson Elite over the past year can be categorised as follows:

  • New products: we continue to invest more in product research and development. The results of this are innovative product solutions for our customers. In the last year we have successfully introduced a number of major new products and enhancements to market, including Elite Enterprise 3.5, Webview 5.0, Outlook integration, Elite Practice Manager and West km for Transactions;
  • Acquisitions: in addition to experiencing strong organic growth, we have made a number of strategic acquisitions. We acquired Wilson Technology (now Elite Technical Services), a consulting firm specialising in development services for the Elite product line. And through Thomson, we also took over responsibility of Hubbard One, a very successful business providing marketing and business-developmen...

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