24 May 2017
Pierre Garant
Partner | CPA, CA | Assurance

MONTREAL, May 23, 2017 – The lives of entrepreneurs will never be the same: Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton launches operiō, a consulting platform that will reduce the administrative burden on SME executives.

In today’s growing technology market, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton offers entrepreneurs the opportunity to reduce time spent on accounting tasks to focus on growing their businesses.

Operiō is an intelligent operational solution that facilitates administrative management. The online tool enables pictures to be taken of receipts via a mobile application connected to a cloud system. The data is compiled automatically and analyzed by accountants.

By having access to the state of their finances in real time, SME managers will be able to make quick, informed decisions. Operiō also provides entrepreneurs year-round customized strategic advice to help maximize the profit of their SMEs.

Operiō provides a comprehensive range of accounting services that help save time. Entrepreneurs receive:

  • Monthly Financial Statements;
  • Payroll Management;
  • Organized accounting of spending, customers and providers;
  • 1 call for growth advice per month by a firm’s accountant;
  • A Receipt Bank application that allows you to photograph receipts with your smartphone;
  • Notifications of tax remittances;
  • Tax declaration;
  • And more.

Operiō services are accessible to all and the price depends on the number of employees and monthly transactions and is exclusively driven by the power of QuickBooks, the number one online accounting solution worldwide.

“Working with QuickBooks from Intuit Canada, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is increasing the proximity between SMEs and accountants. The ultra-precise financial portrait that operiō provides enables our experts to offer targeted growth advice to businesses and to all entrepreneurs and their business partners,” said Pierre Garant, national leader in certification at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and President of operiō.

“Operiō saved my administrative assistant 30 hours a week. She can now concentrate on other important tasks such as business development,” says Christian Levesque, LEVESQUE Stratégies’ CEO and operiō test user.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton will begin a regional tour in the fall to present its new service to entrepreneurs.

“We are proud to launch a service that is as innovative and efficient for companies. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has always known how to innovate and adapt its many services to the growing needs of local organizations. We are a partner of choice for wealth-creating businesses and expect to remain so for a very long time,” concluded Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton.

About Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

Founded in 1948, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has become a Canadian leader in the fields of assurance, tax, consulting, and business recovery & reorganization services. Its strength is based on a team of over 2,300 professionals, including some 200 partners. Together, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and Grant Thornton LLP, another Canadian member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, help Canadian organizations unlock their potential for growth with over 4,200 professionals and some 140 offices across Canada. Grant Thornton International Ltd provides clients with the expertise of member and correspondent firms in more than 130 countries, with over 47,000 professionals.


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