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Welcome to the new IAS Plus

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30 Mar 2012

Deloitte is pleased to announce the launch of its completely redesigned IAS Plus Web site. The brainchild of Paul Pacter, formerly at Deloitte and currently a member of the International Accounting Standards Board, IAS Plus is the most comprehensive source of up-to-date IFRS-related news and content on the Internet. Since its launch in 2000, IAS Plus has become one of the most frequently visited sites for global accounting and auditing information on the Web, with over 3.5 million visits in the past year.

The site’s new design provides easier access to its information. With the new “My IAS Plus” menu, users can now personalise the site by selecting particular topics of interest and viewing news and publications about them. New features, such as quick-access menus and a more intuitive navigation, have been added, and the site’s search feature has been enhanced.

Users can also subscribe to various IFRS-related communications and publications that interest them. In addition, for mobile users, IAS Plus now sends news directly to smartphones.

Access to the new IAS Plus site will continue to be free of charge for all users. The IAS Plus site is currently available in two languages, being English and German, which can be switched easily between using the pull-down menu in the upper right corner of the site.  More languages and an increase in jurisdiction-specific content are planned for the site.

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