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New Mandate: APFF’s Website and Mobile Application Revamp

Since 1976, the Association de planification fiscale et financière (APFF) has provided a forum for tax and financial planning professionals in Quebec. In addition to contributing to the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in this area, the APFF offers a variety of training activities and publications aimed at enhancing the skills of its members while fostering exchange and co-operation.

The APFF recently entrusted MultipleMedia’s team with the redesign of its website and mobile application. The objectives for this project are the desire to improve the user experience for its members and the visibility of the Association’s training activities and publications.

MultipleMedia’s expertise in designing and implementing complex and integrated technological solutions attracted the attention of APFF, which deploys and manages digital content management, membership, training and event management applications, a CRM and a mobile application.

The MultipleMedia and APFF teams are looking forward to working together on this wonderful project. Follow us to stay up to date!

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