The accounting technologist

Ma, Karen
May 1998
Accounting Technology;May98, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p72
Trade Publication
Profiles Brent Goodfellow, an accountant who provides technology consulting to other accountants, especially through the installation of Windows NT networks. Increase made by Brent in his gross billings; How he developed an active network consulting business; Details on his business. INSET: Career highlights for Brent Goodfellow.


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