ACCA members will be able to provide their businesses and clients with access to online business-to-business marketplace hosted by Barclays.
It will enable all ACCA members, particularly those representing SMEs, to be part of the extensive and secure trading network.
Ross Midgley, ACCA finance and IT director, said: ‘This is the latest in a series of internet activities which ACCA has provided to its members. We have recently launched a range of online training courses and announced the creation of a virtual campus for students throughout the world.
‘Barclays, which is the largest European online bank and supports ACCA in its own e-business applications, is the ideal partner to help our members and their clients to derive full value from belonging to the ACCA community.’
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