Xero launches cloud computer guide

by Accountancy Age

26 May 2010

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Xero has today announced the launch of the UK Xero Accounting Partner Certification programme.

Designed specifically for UK accountants, the programme provides a fast track to understanding the full benefits of Xero cloud-based online accounting and how it can help practices add value to their clients and generate additional revenue.

The programme also de-mystifies online accounting and demonstrates how cloud computing has made the technology an easy, quick and cost-effective step-change for accountants.

To become certifed Xero has invited accountants to participate in two 90-minute webinars or attend events being held in several locations during May, followed by an online assessment at a convenient time.

As an added incentive, the certification programme is free until 30 June.

The shift towards servicing clients online in the UK continues to gain real momentum and accountants need to have a high level of knowledge and awareness, cloud computing experts said.

“The UK Xero Accounting Certification is designed with this in mind and allows accountants to get the most out of partnering with Xero,” said Xero UK MD Gary Turner.

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