June 6, 2012 – Natick, Mass. – Centage™ Corporation, the leading provider of formula-free, budgeting and planning software to small- and medium-sized businesses, announced it has expanded its Continuing Professional Education (CPE) certificate training offerings. Centage now offers clients the convenience of remote training on the Maestro suite of software products while also earning valuable CPE credits, saving clients time and money.
Centage also offers in-house training sessions at the Centage training centers in MA or CA. Clients are trained on the many features and functionalities of the software and earn CPE credits at the same time.
“For finance professionals, the Maestro suite of software products provide a quick path to powerful forecasting and budgeting capabilities that slice and dice financial data in the most meaningful ways,” said Kamran Sassoon, CEO at Centage. “The ability to apply remote training sessions to CPE accreditation enables companies to save even more: employees reduce their time out of the office and reduce expenditures because they can apply their training for certification. That’s a big win-win for our clients.”
Maxwell S. Rule, CPA, CFO at Hames Corporation, sees earning CPE credits as a bonus on top of the tremendously valuable software. “I am charged with providing accurate, timely and relevant financial information, something that the Maestro software does without peer. CPE credits for learning how to use the software better and more effectively is an added benefit to an already valuable application.”
To learn more about Budget Maestro and additional products from Centage, please visit www.centage.com/.
For a schedule of upcoming in-house training opportunities, please click https://www.centage.com/in-house-training.htm.
Since Dec. 2011, Centage Corporation has been registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.