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MyWorkpapers embarks on further global expansion with strategic partnership in Ireland

In a significant move marking its further expansion into international markets, we are excited to announce our pioneering partnership with CPA Ireland.

This collaboration signifies not only our entry into the Irish market but also underscores our ongoing commitment to global growth, building on its established presence in the UK and Australia.

This collaboration, a first-of-its-kind in Ireland, integrates CPA Ireland’s invaluable content and templates with our innovative, cloud-first platform, setting a new industry standard and enhancing efficiency and compliance for accountants.

CPA Ireland has played a pivotal role in this partnership, recognising the opportunity to modernise accountancy content storage through our digital workspace.

Our CEO, Rich Neal, expressed his pride in this venture, emphasising its perfect alignment with our vision for innovation and our commitment to empowering accountants worldwide.

We’re not just making CPA Ireland’s content more accessible; we’re also planning to enrich CPA Ireland members with our expertise through educational articles and webinars, fostering accounting innovation.

Mark Gargan, President of CPA Ireland, echoed our enthusiasm, highlighting the partnership’s potential to revolutionise accountancy practices with a blend of trusted content and digital innovation.

This partnership is a key component of our broader strategy for international growth, demonstrating our commitment to establishing a global presence in the accountancy software industry.

As we continue to seek new opportunities beyond Ireland, we’re eager to lead the way in the industry’s evolution.

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