TechnologyAccounting SoftwareNetSuite sets up accountants’ service

NetSuite sets up accountants' service

Clients can allow accountants access to their accounts through Netsuite - for free

Online accounting provider
NetSuite
has set up an accountants’ programme that provides them with easy access to
their clients’ accounts.

The programme enables one-seat access to the client’s accountant, so they can
access their client’s financials. The access will be at no extra cost.

Firms will also receive news and advice from NetSuite, plus bonuses for
referring new business to NetSuite.

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