I’m excited to announce that today GAAP Dynamics has entered into a strategic alliance with Intelligize, the leading provider of SEC compliance analytics and research, making our U.S. GAAP eLearning library available to their customers on their platform, creating an invaluable resource to help finance professionals navigate the complexities of regulatory compliance and financial reporting. Check out the press release to learn more.
We launched the Revolution, our online learning library, in 2018 with the vision to bring together engaging content and motivated learners in an online environment. Fast forward to today and we now over 100 CPE-eligible eLearning courses and collections in U.S. GAAP, IFRS, and Audit, as well as industry-specific training in banking, investment management, and insurance. Our team has worked hard the past 5 years to get all this great content online and I am so happy that more people will be able to experience and benefit from it!
About GAAP Dynamics
We’re a DIFFERENT type of accounting training firm. We don’t think of training as a “tick the box” exercise, but rather an opportunity to empower your people to help them make the right decisions at the right time. Whether it’s U.S. GAAP training, IFRS training, or audit training, we’ve helped thousands of professionals since 2001. Our clients include some of the largest accounting firms and companies in the world. As lifelong learners, we believe training is important. As CPAs, we believe great training is vital to doing your job well and maintaining the public trust. We want to help you understand complex accounting matters and we believe you deserve the best training in the world, regardless of whether you work for a large, multinational company or a small, regional accounting firm. We passionately create high-quality training that we would want to take. This means it is accurate, relevant, engaging, visually appealing, and fun. That’s our brand promise. Want to learn more about how GAAP Dynamics can help you? Let’s talk!
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