TechnologyAccounting SoftwareDigita gains MS accreditation

Digita gains MS accreditation

Accounting software provider Digita has gained a Microsoft accreditation for its Accounts Pro software, claiming that it is the 'only software supplier in the profession' to receive this accolade.

Link: Digita awarded new ICAEW IT accreditation

Digita MD Jerry Rihll said that the accreditation follows the same values as those of the ICAEW’s IT faculty, and is a form of authentication. ‘There are clearly others in the (accounting software) market that wouldn’t have a chance of passing the Microsoft accreditation,’ Rihll told Accountancy Age.

The ‘designed for Windows XP’ accreditation identifies products that meet Microsoft’s quality standards.

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