Data dividend as Infinity Partnership joins forces with AutoEntry

Source: press release, 19 April 2021

Expertise… Simon Cowie, managing partner at award-winning Aberdeen accountancy firm Infinity Partnership
Expertise… Simon Cowie, managing partner at award-winning Aberdeen accountancy firm Infinity Partnership (photo: Infinity)

Award-winning accountancy firm Infinity Partnership has agreed a formal affiliation with accounts automation software provider AutoEntry.

Under the arrangement, Infinity clients will enjoy preferential initial access to AutoEntry’s advanced data entry solution as well as user support.

Dublin-based AutoEntry is focused on enhancing workplace efficiency by automating the entry of data from receipts, invoices, expenses, bills and bank statements directly into accounting software. Its user base now encompasses 250,000 businesses internationally.

Infinity’s Managing Partner Simon Cowie says, “AutoEntry is a user-friendly, time-saving and greatly beneficial product for any business. This agreement is very much a win-win for both companies as we look to add value and continually improve our offering to clients.”

“There is a further gain for our clients in that the deployment of AutoEntry will free up time for our staff to provide enhanced support and business advisory services,” he adds.

Val O’Sullivan, Vice President of Product for AutoEntry, says, “It’s always gratifying to get an endorsement from a firm as reputable as Infinity Partnership. We look forward to seeing many businesses enjoy the benefits of using AutoEntry to make accounting and data entry smoother and easier.”

Infinity clients can now take advantage of the cloud-based software solution with a 50% discount during their first 6 months of use. They will also enjoy comprehensive onboard support.

Infinity, a five-time winner at the British Accountancy Awards, is recognised for its accountancy, research and development tax relief, mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance expertise. More than 80% of its clients are involved in the energy sector.

The practice was founded in 2011 by Simon Cowie, a 2-time Scottish Dealmaker of the Year winner.