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G-Accon Partners with Journey to Help Elevate Their Google Sheets Automation Solution With Accounting & Bookkeeping Firms

July 8, 2024

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G-Accon, a leading provider of data integration and automation tools for Google Sheets, is excited to announce a new strategic partnership with Journey, an expert in Go-To-Market strategy and execution for accounting technology. This collaboration aims to enhance G-Accon’s market presence and expand its product marketing capabilities.

G-Accon offers powerful tools that connect Google Sheets with popular software like Xero, QuickBooks, and FreshBooks. These integrations help businesses, accountants and bookkeepers automate data management, create custom reports, and gain real-time insights.

Journey, founded by Trent McLaren, is known for its guerilla marketing strategies that drive growth for tech companies in the accounting sector. By teaming up with Journey, G-Accon aims to leverage these strategies and grit to reach a wider audience and improve its market position.

Andrey Kustarnikov, CEO and Founder of G-Accon, expressed his enthusiasm: "This partnership with Journey is a significant step for G-Accon. Their expertise in product marketing will help us reach a wider audience and better serve our customers."

Trent McLaren, Founder of Journey, added: "We look forward to working with G-Accon. We are eager to help them reach more accountants, bookkeepers and CFOs who need help with automating manual tasks and repetitive workflows in Google Sheets."

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