ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE Intuit QuickBooks has refreshed its partner programme in the UK, designed to transform the way accountants work with clients in the cloud.
The QuickBooks ProAdvisor programme has been changed to better serve small business clients who are demanding additional value-added services from their accountants and who require support in making the most of mobile and the cloud.
Rich Preece, Europe VP and managing director, Intuit, commented: “Cloud and mobile have genuinely changed the game around how we work, communicate and collaborate. This is already having a major impact on how small businesses engage with accountants and the type of services they expect.
Intuit has also announced the integration of Taxfiler, a cloud-based accounts production and tax filing product, with QuickBooks.
The software enables accountants to manage the year-end process under one cloud based umbrella, removing manual data entry of trial balances from QuickBooks Online to Taxfiler.
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