AccountantsWorld launches new Web site
To reflect the company’s evolution, AccountantsWorld has revamped its Web site to highlight its ground-breaking cloud computing solutions for accountants, as well as its free resources and tools – including the Daily News and Resources that goes out to more than 100,000 accountants and CPAs daily.
The AccountantsWorld portal – still accessible through AccountantsWorld.com – began in 2000 by providing free resources to the accounting community. This service is used more than 400,000 times each month by accounting professionals to tap into the industry trends, news, and strategies that can help them grow their practices.
“The AccountantsWorld portal still remains a very useful service to accounting professionals, and one that we’re proud to support,” said Chandra Bhansali, president of Long Island, New York-based AccountantsWorld. “However, we believe our most important contribution to accountants today is the pioneering work we’re doing to bring the power of cloud computing to small to mid-size accounting firms to build their practices. Because this work is relatively recent, we felt it was important to revamp our Web site to highlight the breakthrough solutions we have to offer.”
The new Web site is designed to make it easier for accountants to learn about AccountantsWorld’s Power Practice System, a fully integrated suite of eight cloud computing solutions for managing and growing accountants’ practices.
Using the Power Practice System, accountants can work collaboratively with their clients and improve their processes. These capabilities let accountants overcome the challenges they currently face in their day-to-day work and streamline their processes, thus increasing productivity and making their firms more profitable.
By meshing the compelling news and resources that accountants have come to depend upon with a set of award-winning cloud-computing offerings, AccountantsWorld’s new Web site is poised to help the company stay true to its original mission: helping small to mid-sized accounting firms streamline and grow their practices.
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