Raleigh, NC (Nov.4, 2011) — ShareFile for Accountants was selected as one of the 2012 Awesome Add-Ons by The Sleeter Group. The award signifies that ShareFile for Accountants is among the most productive and effective technologies designed to enhance common business management systems, helping to increase productivity and efficiency.
ShareFile for Accountants was specifically designed for Tax & Accounting Professionals to exchange confidential or large business files. Documents are available for encrypted, password-protected download by clients via a custom branded client portal or securely through email with a Microsoft Outlook Plug-in. ShareFile is a 2010 Sleeter Group’s Awesome Quickbooks Add-on Winner and is endorsed by K2 Enterprises, RootWorks, and Boomer Consulting group, among others.
As the nation’s largest network of small business technology consultants, The Sleeter Group has members throughout the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. The awards will be formally announced at the 2011 Accounting Solutions Conference in Las Vegas, an annual event that draws hundreds of accountants, bookkeepers, consultants, and IT professionals, providing them with educational opportunities presented by industry experts, thought leaders and technology developers.
“It’s more important than ever for businesses and professional practices to find technologies and services that help them be more efficient and productive,” said Doug Sleeter, the founder and president of The Sleeter Group. “ShareFile for Accountants was selected as one of this year’s Awesome Add-Ons because it allows users to easily send and receive QuickBooks, PDF, and Excel files with SSL encryption. By specifically targeting the file transfer and secure data sharing needs of accountants and their clients, ShareFile has developed a winning, easy-to-use tool for the accounting profession.” Technologies receiving the Awesome Add-Ons recognition are vetted by The Sleeter Group’s consultants to ensure that they meet the highest standards of design, ease-of-use, and conformance with appropriate accounting and security standards.