ROCHESTER—OneStream Software, the Rochester-based financial software developer, announced an alliance with the Chicago-based accounting and business consulting firm Grant Thornton LLP.
Through the alliance, Grant Thornton will offer its clients the OneStream XF software platform to unify financial information, including the Grant Thornton Unified Financial Model, which enables financial scenario planning using factors such as revenue data, expense analytics and human capital information to generate projected financial statements including profit and loss reports, balance sheets and cash flow forecasts.
“To put it simply, this alliance means Grant Thornton and OneStream can help enable companies to make educated business decisions and deploy comprehensive financial solutions on a leading performance-management platform,” said Chris Lilley, national managing principal of business applications at Grant Thornton.
OneStream Software vice president of global alliances Stephanie Cramp highlights her company’s compatibility with Grant Thornton as being integral to the alliance: “Grant Thornton is helping drive the digital transformation of the finance team with its highly respected services and its strong commitment to quality, and focus on putting its customers first. This complements OneStream’s strengths and our own mission to deliver 100 percent customer success. These similarities have helped forge a powerful alliance that is already delivering results.”
To learn more information on the Grant Thornton-OneStream alliance, visit: www.onestreamsoftware.com/about/onestream-partners and www.grantthornton.com/onestream.
Founded in Chicago in 1924, Grant Thornton LLP has revenues in excess of $1.9 billion and operates more than 50 offices.
OneStream Software provides corporate performance management software delivered via the cloud or on premise that unifies and simplifies financial consolidation, planning, reporting, analytics and financial data quality for organizations.