Fact or Fiction: Find a ProAdvisor Website

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No cachet let in the PAP...just money

So...if someone not certified in the supported products, but in products no longer available.... continue to buy a PAP membership for $500+ ...they have a listing on Find A ProAdvisor search engine...what an awesome strategy for Intuit! There is no longer cachet to stay certified in current products, but Intuit still gets the money in the bank to finance the cloud!

Joyce Farr more than 1 year ago

Intuit is being inconsistent with their branding of the ProAdvisor program

I am an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor with current certifications in the company's products (2007 to 2015) and additional current certification in QuickBooks Online, Point of Sale, and Enterprise.

I don't understand why Intuit lets ProAdvisors who are only certified in outdated and unsupported versions (2010, 2011, and soon to be 2012) be listed on the ProAdvisor website. It sends the wrong message to users.

To me, if you aren't currently certified in currently supported products, you don't have a right to be listed. Then a consistent branding message is delivered. I also note that in order to be Advanced Certified, you have to be certified in the last three years and stay up to date with your continuing education units for this certification when it expires in two years.

Keith Gormezano more than 1 year ago

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