Julie Robinson joins global accounting elite as QuickBooks trainer

11th September 2014

Julie Robinson, the Managing Director of Sheffield based Footprints Accountancy, has become a certified Intuit QuickBooks trainer, joining a global elite of only 200 certified trainers, nine of which are based in the UK.

QuickBooks is the number one cloud based accounting solution for small businesses and accountants worldwide. Speaking about her role as a QuickBooks trainer, Julie said: -I was delighted when QuickBooks approached me to join its training team. We have been using QuickBooks at Footprints for over three years and find it straightforward and easy to use both for ourselves and our clients. -As the QuickBooks trainer for Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester, I will be working with small businesses and other accountants to show them how to set up and use the software and make it work for their business. Intuit National Training Manager, Dana James-Edwards said: -QuickBooks is the number one cloud based accounting solution for small businesses and accountants worldwide. It's a powerfully simple solution which enables entrepreneurs to tackle complex business management tasks without having to be experts. -QuickBooks trainers play a crucial role in helping new users integrate QuickBooks into their business, and as a result, have to be experts in their field. Using qualified accounting professionals as our trainers elevates our certification beyond the theoretical. They are able to use real examples from their experience to illustrate how features of the software are used in practice and can answer more technical questions, giving our users a better understanding of QuickBooks overall. -We were delighted when Julie was recommended to us; she is a dynamic speaker and trainer and has a wealth of experience that she can pass on to other QuickBooks users.

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