On the day of its annual Bookkeepers Summit, the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers has given its official seal of approval to Intuit’s QuickBooks small business accounting software, recognising its impact in helping bookkeepers’ clients make better business decisions.
At Intuit, we recently demonstrated our commitment to supporting the UK’s bookkeeping community by adding QuickBooks Accountant Edition 2013 to our existing portfolio of financial management solutions that includes QuickBooks, QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Payroll. The new product includes new bookkeeping, write-up and financial reporting solutions for accounting professionals supporting multiple QuickBooks clients.
The software helps accountants and bookkeepers save time with powerful tools to find and fix client errors quickly, collaborate efficiently with clients and avoid keying in data by pasting transactions directly into QuickBooks from Excel.
Garry Carter, Chief Executive of the ICB said:
“Our independent review team found the QuickBooks portfolio to be extremely simple and effective tools for managing finances, and we have no hesitation in formally endorsing the software for both our members and small businesses alike.”
Alison Ball, Head of Accountant Programmes for Intuit UK said:
“At Intuit we are dedicated to enabling accounting professionals to be more productive, to effectively service their clients and to help them grow their practices and we are delighted that QuickBooks has been formally accredited by the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers.”
Intuit has further confirmed its support to UK bookkeepers by being heavily involved in the Bookkeepers Summit 2012, taking place today at Savoy Place in Central London. As well as Intuit sponsoring the Summit, Alison Ball is giving a keynote speech on “Increasing Efficiency and Profitability”, and the Intuit Exhibition Stand will include demonstration pods for both our desktop and cloud-based software.
In addition, we are giving each of the 250 delegates at the Summit a free copy of our new QuickBooks Accountant Edition 2013 software, worth over £500.