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Xpitax Offers Custom Solution for PASBA Members


Xpitax, tax and accounting outsourcing solutions provider, announced a custom solution for members of the Professional Association of Small Business Accountants.

The product—which will be showcased at PASBA’s 2014 Spring Marketing Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 12-15—packages outsourced accounting services, the XCM workflow software, customized on-boarding services, and expert consulting by a practitioner with experience in PASBA processes and Xpitax outsourcing services.

PASBA members that sign up for the Xpitax service will have a team of professionals overseen by an experienced supervisor, based on the scope and volume of the monthly work, to perform a variety of client accounting services according to the PASBA model.

"We are thrilled to be working with forward-thinking professionals like Donna and her colleagues at PASBA," said Bob Locke, VP of Sales and Marketing, Xpitax. "Their focus on adopting solutions that empower them to focus on value creation for clients is a perfect fit for our professional outsourcing services. Together with Donna's expertise, we're committed to the success of the entire PASBA community through this offering."

Xpitax team members will have specific training in the PASBA model, preferred technologies, and

processing guidelines, with the firm’s on-boarding process and consulting directed by Donna



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