The institute teamed up with breathe, the fourth largest free internet service provider in the UK to develop the portal. The initiative was sponsored by institute president Dame Sheila Masters who said she had always aimed to encourage the institute to embrace technology.
She added: 'It has been my desire since becoming president of the ICAEW to encourage the institute to embrace digital technology as we move into the next century and the introduction of this member only site is the first step towards achieving this goal.'
The site www.icaewmembers.co.uk will sit alongside the ICAEW public website: www.icaew.co.uk
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