Softworld Accounting & Finance Online is a web-based extension of the Accountancy Age-sponsored Softworld Accounting & Finance event, which runs twice a year in London and Birmingham.
The new web-based show provides up-to-date information on the latest solutions, as well as an educational programme hosted by leading consultancies,that is readily accessible online through a PC or laptop.
As well as an exhibition of interactive stands, the site also features a product locator tool, which uses comprehensive Softworld Buyers’ Guide data.
An online media centre features a weekly technology news-feed from AccountancyAge.com, as well as exhibitor product news updates and information about the latest Softworld Accounting & Finance Online site developments.
The event forms part of the new media range of options available to Accountancy Age readers. An electronic edition of the magazine is already available, with specially tailored editions covering tax and the north west.
- To log on to the site, go to www.softworld.co.uk/online/af. – To sign up for electronic editions go to www.accountancyage.com/services.
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