JofA Website and Articles Win Business Publication Awards


The JofA’s website, journalofaccountancy.com, won the silver award for Best B2B Website in the 2010 Tabbie Awards competition, presented by Trade, Association and Business Publications International (TABPI).

 

Two JofA articles were also honored in the How-To and Technical article categories.

 

The awards, which recognize excellence in editorial content and design, are open to English-language business-to-business publications in more than 40 countries.

 

Launched in November 2008, journalofaccountancy.com provides access to more than 13 years of JofA archives, in addition to daily, staff-written news, Web-exclusive feature articles and a library of short, practical videos.

 

The article “Windows 7: Is It Right for You?” (Nov. 2009, page 32), by Susan E. Bradley, received the bronze award in the Technical article category. It describes the enhancements and functional improvements of Microsoft’s latest operating system and lays out a Windows 7 upgrade evaluation plan for CPA firms. The article “Keeping It Together: Plan the Transition to Retain Staff and Clients,” by Joel Sinkin and Terrence Putney (April 2009, page 24) received an honorable mention in the How-To category. The article outlined how to retain clients and staff after a merger or acquisition.

 

TABPI is a global organization for trade, association and business publication editors. This year’s Tabbie Awards honored publications in 20 editorial and design categories and drew nearly 500 entries from around the world.

 

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