Anderson ZurMuehlen Congratulates Irene Bushnell on New Certification

Irene Bushnell, Anderson ZurMuehlen Shareholder and QuickBooks ProAdvisor, has successfully completed Intuit's QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions certification exam.

QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions certification requires a very high level of expertise in Enterprise software and QuickBooks functions. Although not obligated to do so, Irene will complete the certification exam every year to stay current on QuickBooks' many new and changing functions.

A leader in Anderson ZurMuehlen's Accounting Services Department, Irene devotes much of her time to QuickBooks integrations, classroom training and one-on-one consulting. She has been with the firm since 1992.

Anderson ZurMuehlen is a full service public accounting and business advisory firm representing businesses and individuals. For more information call 406.442.1040 or visit www.azworld.com.

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