The vendor's new role

Scott, Robert W.
June 1998
Accounting Technology;Jun98, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p16
Trade Publication
Explores the role of tax accounting software vendors in the overall business practice of professional accountants. Services that software vendors provide to accounting professionals and firms; Examples of software vendors and accounting firms that have forged business alliance. INSETS: Resellers look forward to vendor help;Micro Vision in a new direction.


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