PC Magazine Editors Give Intacct Online Professional Accounting a Four-Star Rating
Intacct® Corporation, the leading provider of online professional accounting solutions, just announced that it has earned a four-star rating from PC Magazine in its debut review by the publication's editorial team.
In the review, PC Magazine praised Intacct for its sophisticated core accounting suite, its comprehensive yet easy-to-use interface, and its true pay-as-you-grow subscription approach. The publication also recognized Intacct for its best-of-class integration partner applications including payroll and sales force automation, and its additional applications including Assurance: Audit and Review, Tax Export, Professional Time & Billing, and Business Development. PC Magazine recommended the Intacct online professional accounting system to growing companies that need sophisticated online accounting tools.
"Intacct's recognition by PC Magazine further validates that we're not only a good choice for growing companies, but we're on our way to becoming the choice for growing companies, " said Intacct CEO, David C. Thomas.
The First Looks review is now online at www.pcmag.com and will be included in PC Magazine's February 26 print edition.
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