Thursday, 14 May 2015 16:19

Intuit boosts support services with new partner program initiatives


Cloud accounting software provider Intuit has launched a raft of new training, education, marketing and practice support services for accountants and bookkeepers, and small business owners, in the Australian market.

Intuit, makers of QuickBooks Online, says its ProAdvisor program and other initiatives support accountants and bookkeepers who sign up to QuickBooks Online Accountant.

Australian managing director Nicolette Maury says ProAdvisor will benefit accountants and bookkeepers “with no hidden costs and an unmatched level of support, including access to a dedicated local care team, an assigned account manager, free certification training, exclusive pricing offers, free data conversion, practice marketing tools and more”.

According to Maury, new and upcoming features include QuickBooks Online training for small business clients, either onsite or online, with free education materials, and self-paced online certification training for advisors who need enhanced flexibility.

And, for advisors wanting to extend their skills, Maury says QuickBooks Online Advanced Certification will launch in August with face-to-face and webinar options available.

“As part of our program, Intuit partners can access a new business building service which enables small businesses to connect to an accounting or bookkeeping practice, once they have added a profile to our portal. This is just one of the many valuable tools available to help partners attract new clients.

“We have been working with accounting professionals for more than 30 years so we understand their businesses inside out. As every practice is different, we offer a range of flexible program options with no ties, points to count or subscription charges to unlock the benefits. Intuit also provides the resources and tools we know our partners need to easily manage their clients, save time, build their skills and grow their practices.”

Maury says an updated portal for advisors will also feature live feeds with links to the latest product update information, reference to expert phone, chat and email support, new marketing campaign templates and an improved layout, allowing for easy navigation.

To find out more about Intuit’s expanded services, click here to register and join the free program, or call Intuit’s support team on the dedicated line for partners at 1800 618 521.


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