SMAP – Networks have been set up with the manifesto of providing active interaction for Accounting Professionals and Training Service Providers (Institutes) among themselves, their potential SME clients and with Banks.
The Network provides SMEs with a platform to receive standardized services and trainings on SMAP orientation and implementation at their business locations in order to make them more efficient thereby more bankable. SMAP Networks consist of the following types of Service Providers:
Accounting Professionals: Service Providers
Currently, a large number of Service Providers (SPs) of accounting and bookkeeping services are already facilitating SMEs for both manual and software based record keeping. Such service providers include accounting students, accounting professionals and firms.
If you are a qualified Accounting Professional click here for further information to join SMAP Network
Capacity building for implementation and usage of software
Authorized access to SMAP software and loan facilitation models
Branding as SMEDA accredited Service Provider (SP)
Best practice rating of SPs on the basis of their performance
Formalized access to Business Support and other Funds
Networking assistance to best practicing SPs with banks
Support for marketing of services through SMEDA Regional Offices
Access to dedicated, web based marketing and coordination system: providing marketing support to accounting professionals
Training support for SME Clients
Access to additional Business Development Products and Services from co-branding partners
Accounting Training Institutes: Training Service Providers (TSPs)
This segment includes institutes that specialize in providing training services to Accounting Professionals.
SMAP registered TSPs will provide trainings to Accounting Professionals, Students and SMEs on a Standardized Curriculum designed and developed by SMEDA.
If you are a qualified Accounting Training Institute click here for further information to join SMAP Network
Registration with SMEDA for SMAP trainings
Right to use standard training curriculum for training of accounting professionals, students, and SMEs
Capacity building of nominated faculty for execution of trainings: providing technical advisory services to training institutes for additional SME trainings