The programme provides information and advice on business software to over 3,000 members ranging from sole practitioners and management consultants through to accountants and partners in larger companies.
The 350 new members will have access to current key technology and market information, enabling them to be better informed and spend less time keeping up-to-date in order to provide their clients with the highest level of advice and the most up-to-date information available.
‘As a recognised leader in accounting software, we are looking to combine our experience and resources to educate the market and ensure members are kept up to date on Pegasus technology issues,’ said David Gurney, advisers programme manager at Pegasus Software.
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