TechnologyICAEW partners with Microsoft for CPD

ICAEW partners with Microsoft for CPD

Microsoft to provide technology for institute's continuing professional development programme

Microsoft has partnered with ICAEW to provide members with electronic
continuing professional development (CPD) tools that will be made available
through an interactive portal.

The portal, christened ‘IT Counts’, will provide webcasts, articles, wikis,
blogs, webinars, tools and forums for members to use for CPD.

The aim of the portal is to improve the way accountants use IT in their
businesses.

Chartered accountants will be able to post immediate comments and questions,
generating debates on a variety of subjects relating to the use of IT in their
daily work and in their businesses and practices.

‘Chartered accountants increasingly have responsibility for IT but report
that they don’t always feel well equipped to deal with it. ‘IT Counts’ is
designed to help chartered accountants bridge that gap,’ said Paul White,
director of the UK’s Microsoft Dynamics product group.

Further reading:

Access the new portal
here

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