As part of an expanded partnership with Bill.com, CPA.com, the technology business subsidiary of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has named Divvy, a Bill.com company, as their preferred partner for corporate cards and spend and expense management.
Divvy is an all-in-one business card and expense management platform that provides spend controls and proactive budgeting while allowing businesses the flexibility to spend how they need. From tracking individual corporate card spend to managing subscriptions and recurring payments, Divvy makes it possible for firms and companies to spend smarter. Divvy also powers transformative solutions for expense and spend management in the CAS technology stack, which helps accounting firms deliver next level advisory services.
With this new partnership, Divvy is revamping the existing Divvy Partner Program, which will now be known as the Divvy Accountant Advisor Program delivered in partnership with CPA.com. The program will provide exclusive benefits to both accounting firms and their clients.
“The Divvy Accountant Advisor Program, in partnership with CPA.com, empowers accounting firms with an integrated corporate card and software for their CAS clients, allowing them to deliver higher-value advisory services,” said Erik Asgeirsson, President and CEO of CPA.com, the technology business subsidiary of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA).
The Divvy Accountant Advisor Program shifts the discussion for accounting and advisory firms away from reactive expense management to proactive discussions about business credit, managing spend before it happens, and leveraging a real time view of their clients’ business finances—offering a competitive differentiator for accounting, advisory, and CPA firms as part of enriched client advisory service capabilities. To learn more about the Divvy Accountant Advisor Program, click here.
To learn more about how Client Advisory Service practices can benefit from this new program, join CPA.com, Divvy, and a firm practitioner, on a free-CPE live webinar on March 30 at 2pm et. You can sign up for the webinar here.