Accounting Seed Starts New in United Kingdom

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Accounting Seed Starts New in United Kingdom

CFO Tech Outlook | Monday, May 04, 2020

Tony Zorc, Founder and CEO

To expand their footprint in the market and to better serve their customers, Accounting Seed is opening a new office in United Kingdom.

FREMONT, CA: One among the top-rated accounting platforms, Accounting Seed opens a second location in United Kingdom. The company aims to better serve current customers and expand their footprint within the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) market. After completing double-digit year-over-year growth for the last ten years, Accounting Seed is both poised for constant growth and ready to offer its accounting solution within the EMEA market with features like multi-entity, multi-currency, and VAT reporting.

All that changed in 2008 with the arrival of Accounting Seed—an all-encompassing accounting solution that enables businesses to run their entire back office in one environment by harnessing the power of the Salesforce Platform. “We are different from any accounting technology ever conceived. Built on a new paradigm, and with a fresh mindset, Accounting Seed provides a toolset that lets businesses do their accounting exactly how they see fit,” says Tony Zorc, founder and CEO of Accounting Seed.

Shane Deacon is hired by the company to work as vice president of EMEA. He will run and supervise their new office. Deacon has worked for InvoiceIT/SteelBrick and Kaptio and has almost 14 years of experience in the Sales force ecosystem.

The main mission is to fill the UK office with more solution engineers and account executives in the coming months. Zorc also mentioned that his new office is vital to their ability to service the customers at the highest capacity. He is excited to bring their product to more companies across the globe and watch as it transforms their businesses for the better.

The open architecture of Accounting Seed enables customers to run their accounting in their way. Due to various regulations on processes, approvals, and reporting, it is a necessity for patrons in different industries and countries.

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