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Easy Office Unveils Its New Name, Jitasa


Easy Office Unveils Its New Name, Jitasa

Easy Office, the first and largest national accounting and bookkeeping services provider dedicated solely to the nonprofit sector, announced that they have changed the name of their company to Jitasa.

Founder and CEO, Jeff Russell, issued the announcement stating,

“We chose the name Jitasa because it means 'the spirit of serving others' and we felt that the name and brand truly captures the spirit of our nonprofit clients, the ideal we strive for in servicing our nonprofit clients, and the passion we have for the nonprofit sector.

We have two passions. First, as accountants we have a natural love for numbers. But second, as an organization that exclusively services nonprofits, we get fulfillment and excitement from working side by side with our nonprofit clients to make meaningful improvements in the management of their financials so they can better achieve their social mission. We love playing our small part to make the world a better place.

That’s the spirit of serving others. That’s Jitasa.”
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