Telpay is pleased to announce the appointment of Marilyn Benninger as a new Director of the Board. Ms. Benninger is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) providing strategic advisory services to leading software companies whose products serve the needs of small businesses, accountants, and bookkeepers. Previously, she held senior leadership roles at Telpay, MYOB and Sage.
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Give it up for Marilyn Benninger for being honoured with the Institute of Professional Bookkeepers of Canada (IPBC) Distinguished Service Award.
For over 20 years, Marilyn Benninger CPA, CGA has been a dynamo in the accounting field. She has a stellar reputation for her ethics, professionalism and outstanding dedication to promoting tools and technology for the accounting field. Her wealth of experience includes public speaking, media relations, project management, strategic planning and not-for-profit organization leadership.
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Adding to his long list of accomplishments, Alan Salmon was awarded the global ICB LUCA Award for Outstanding Service to the Bookkeeping Profession in Canada at the Institute of Professional Bookkeepers of Canada’s Annual Conference. Continue reading →
Photo courtesy of International Luca Awards
Roll out the red carpet for Dianne Mueller, who is a Certified Professional Bookkeeper (CPB), a certified Sage 50 consultant and a certified Sage trainer. Dianne has been a strong supporter of Telpay for over 10 years continuously recommending Telpay as an option for her small business clients. Her company, Soma Small Business Solutions, was established in 1997 and is now located on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. Continue reading →
Meet May Haak, a Telpay ASP Partner located in Burnaby, British Columbia, who has a very interesting career story. After being a bookkeeper for 10 years with the BC Provincial Government, May discovered that she had an affinity for computers. So she went back to school to become a programmer and software developer. Unfortunately when lay-offs hit the public sector, she lost her IT job with the provincial government. Out of work and struggling to find an IT job, May decided that, “if nobody would hire me, I’ll just hire myself.” Continue reading →