IT in Practice: The singer, not the sewing machine

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Simon Hurst, current chairman of the ICAEW IT Faculty, specialises in helping accountancy firms make the most of their technology investment. Here he considers the state of play in the practice management technology and argues that getting familiar with these tools is a matter of professional survival in the digital age.

A few years ago, when Windows was exerting its hold on the accounting ledger software, people began to comment that the packages all looked the same and pretty well worked in the same way.

The same comment could now be made about many of the tools we use in practice management. Accountancy practices remain a niche market for software systems. In the...

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