The Profile Professionnal User Forum

Hello everyone,


The Profile Professional User Forum is in the midst of a recruitment period. For many years, the forum located at this address: 

www.multicomptabilite.ca/discussion 

offers answers to your questions and solutions to your problems with the Profile software.

More than 575 professional users are there to help and support each other during the craziest period of the year.

For a minimal cost of $ 35 tx included per year, you will get unparalleled support, advice, and answers, very quickly in most cases.

Sign up now and you will have one week to explore the forum and get an idea of the relevance of paying the annual fee.

One address: www.multicomptabilite.ca/discussion

For now, the forum is in french but I could add an english section if there is a need.

Thank you!!

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