Accounting firm Scott-Moncrieff has won three “significant” contract wins in Scotland’s technology sector within as many weeks.
The firm, which has offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness, has been appointed as accountancy partner to CodeClan, Scotland’s first dedicated software skills academy aimed at nurturing the next generation of computer programmers.
In addition, Pegasus Solutions, a technology group focused on the hospitality sector, has brought in the firm as auditor and corporate tax adviser, while Glasgow-based semiconductor devices designer Future Technology Devices International has tasked it with delivering audit and tax services, including corporation tax and research and development tax credits.
Gareth Magee, a Scott-Moncrieff partner specialising in corporate finance and business advice within the tech sector, said: “These three wins are significant for our tech practice.
“They reflect a growing preference among tech and digital clients for close partnerships with switched on advisers that are embedded within the sector, and have the knowledge to be able to provide valuable insights which help boost the client’s business.”