Thomson Reuters is the world's leading source of intelligent information for governments, businesses and professionals. We combine industry expertise with innovative technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, and media markets, powered by the world's most trusted news organization.
Our work is global. Throughout 46 countries, more than 1,600 government entities have partnered with us for a wide range of software and services. From managing revenue collection systems for jurisdictions across the United States to mapping and recording land rights in rural China and providing property law reform advisory services in Tajikistan, we help our clients foster economic development and growth, manage natural resources and provide improved services to their people.
Working in partnership with governments and their agencies, we help them achieve their objectives efficiently and equitably through the application of technology for revenue automation, administration of property, and management of land resources. Through technology enhanced by experience, we provide an integrated suite of revenue collection, valuation, registry and cadastral software and services.
Based on over five decades of experience with governments worldwide, we understand the challenges facing government officials as they improve revenue collection and land administration systems. As a result, we have developed specific solutions to address government needs, from those of high income GDP countries needing to levy equitable revenue collection programs in order to improve public finances to governments with little foundation for formalized economic growth due to inadequate registration or recording of land rights. In all cases, our innovative land administration and revenue collection solutions help governments promote growth by developing fair, equitable and transparent revenue generation sources. The results are investments in schools, hospitals, roads, water and electrical utilities, and many other public, and social infrastructure needs.
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