Ryan acquires tax automation firm Taxaccord with Angela Myers, Mike Reigle and Geoff Peck joining Ryan’s leadership team
Ryan today announced that the Firm has acquired Taxaccord, a tax automation services firm supporting multinational corporations worldwide with complex tax software implementation and process improvement solutions.
The acquisition complements Ryan’s Tax Technology practice—one of the largest in the tax services industry—and brings an additional team of global tax technology professionals with vast systems integration expertise and knowledge in supply chain, finance, tax, and information technology. Taxaccord founders Angela Myers, Mike Reigle, and Geoff Peck will join the Firm’s Tax Technology leadership team and play a significant role in the continued growth of the practice.
The acquisition also adds a number of significant Fortune 500 relationships to Ryan’s portfolio of clients and will support the growing demand of the Firm’s multinational clients for tax technology solutions that improve accuracy, efficiency, and profitability. Revenue generation and accelerated return on investment will be realized by providing additional access to the Firm’s integrated, single-source solution of more than 45 global tax practices for improving cash flow and minimizing tax liabilities.
“We are proud to add a firm with the industry reputation and expertise of Taxaccord,” said Grant Smith, Ryan’s Tax Technology Practice Leader. “We are excited that these renowned tax technology professionals have joined Ryan to execute our strategy of enhancing the most comprehensive and effective suite of tax technology services in the industry.”
“The acquisition of Taxaccord represents another key milestone in the successful execution of our global growth strategy,” said G. Brint Ryan, Chairman and CEO of Ryan. “Our clients will immediately benefit from the collective strategic insight and experience of this group of tax experts as they deploy global technology solutions that improve efficiency and profitability across the corporate tax function.”