The Welsh accountancy firm has collaborated with Tech-Wales to deliver technology advice and solutions for its clients investing in technology advancements.
The two companies are already working together to develop Bevan Buckland’s “own in-house technology platform”, and serve a number of “mutual clients”.
Harri Lloyd-Davies, partner at the accountancy group, said: “Many of our major clients have been investing in enhancing their IT capabilities and we want to support our clients in their endeavours. Automation and technology are transforming the accounting industry and we remain at the forefront of this change.
“Partnering with Tech-Wales has allowed us to be pioneers in our own IT agenda and we are already seeing the benefits with improved controls and productivity.”
Adrian Williams, co-founder of Tech-Wales, added: “Bevan Buckland LLP are uniquely placed to help us understand their clients and their technology needs, so we are excited to be partnering together.
“Our highly experienced technology consultants can bring necessary improvements quickly and efficiently to businesses. Like Bevan Buckland LLP, we are very client focused so we look forward to partnering closely with the practice.”
As an additional part of the collaboration, the two firms are set to invest in a joint technology graduate recruitment and training programme, which is due to accept its first trainees “shortly”.