Intuit QuickBooks announces Tiffany Beltis as new ProAdvisor Program leader
At Intuit® QuickBooks®, our vision is to be the #1 partner to accounting professionals who power their clients’ success. One way we deliver upon that vision is to provide accounting professionals with access to the QuickBooks ProAdvisor® Program, with benefits and resources specifically designed to help bookkeepers and accountants grow their skills and connect to small business prospects through Find-a-ProAdvisor.
To further accelerate globally our ability to develop and deliver a robust ProAdvisor Program that meets the evolving needs of accounting professionals, we’re excited to announce Tiffany Beltis as the new Intuit QuickBooks ProAdvisor Program leader.
As the new leader of the program, Tiffany is responsible for ensuring the ProAdvisor Program meets the needs of the ProAdvisor community through impactful benefits and educational resources that help ProAdvisors grow their skills and scale their impact.
“The ProAdvisor Program plays an integral role in how we strive to help accounting professionals grow their QuickBooks knowledge and scale their practices with access to education, training, and benefits,” said Tiffany. “I’m excited to work closely with the ProAdvisor community to further expand upon all that the program provides.”
Tiffany has been part of the Intuit team for 10 years, most recently responsible for developing and implementing QuickBooks Desktop strategies, including improvements to the desktop to QuickBooks Online migration process.
She is the latest addition to the Intuit QuickBooks Partners Segment team, led by Jeremy Sulzmann, vice president and general manager, whose team is responsible for driving product and program strategies, improvements, and innovations for accounting professionals and developers across the globe. We recently announced Jeremy’s and Ted’s new leadership roles within the Partners Segment.
“Tiffany’s passion for delivering improvements on behalf of customers, and her ability to take action based on their feedback is inspiring and perfectly-suited to lead the ProAdvisor Program into its next phase of great,” said Jeremy. “The ProAdvisor Program has been serving ProAdvisors for 25 years and with Tiffany’s leadership and direction, it will continue to meet the needs of this community worldwide well into the future.”
Celebrating 25 years
Originally named the QuickBooks Professional Advisors Program, the QuickBooks ProAdvisor Program launched just over 25 years ago in 1997. Over the last 25 years, the program has grown from 50,000 members in 2008 to more than 600,000 ProAdvisors globally. The program also has evolved to meet the changing needs of the accounting community with certifications, education and training, and product discount benefits for you and your clients.
“ProAdvisors are the backbone of the QuickBooks Community,” said Tiffany. “They are our most engaged accounting partners, advocating for their clients and pushing us to deliver the products and services they need to help their firms and their clients grow and prosper.”
A new training portal
In celebration of its 25th year, the QuickBooks ProAdvisor Program team recently launched a new, reimagined training portal. The new portal gives ProAdvisors access to content designed to expand their knowledge of the QuickBooks platform. The new portal also makes it easier to search for training based on skill levels and products. It also allows ProAdvisors to create personalized goals and learning paths.
“The QuickBooks ProAdvisor Program is founded in the mission to provide accounting professionals with access to free training and opportunities to grow their skills and knowledge across the QuickBooks platform and the accounting industry as a whole,” said Tiffany. “We’re so excited about the launch of the new training portal and its ability to further the growth of ProAdvisors.”
Looking forward to 2023, Tiffany and her team will continue to evolve the ProAdvisor Program, updating it with enhanced benefits, training, and educational resources that reflect the changing needs of ProAdvisors and the clients they serve.