Friday, May 21, 2021 - 09:00 - 10:00

How tech can improve your accounting services

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How tech can improve your accounting services

Friday, May 21, 2021 - 09:00 to 10:00

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Return to Reality | Part 1

First in a three part series looking at managing a modern accounting practice after the pandemic.

This episode will provide an overview of the technology expectations of Minimum Viable Practices.

Nick Levine and his guest panelists will discuss:

- How to leverage key compliance technology tools to deliver underlying bookkeeping services, and statutory filings.

- How technology is leveraging efficiencies to deliver essential advisory services, such as cash flow and funding.

- How to organise internal workflows to optimise staff resources and never miss a deadline.

Enforced remote working has accelerated transition to the cloud and digital record keeping and there are now new expectations for how technology can help deliver the underlying processes of client work (compliance and advisory) efficiently and profitably. Register for this episode to understand how technology can support your firm’s services.

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You will earn 1 CPD point by attending this free 45-60 minute session in full

You must be registered and logged in to an AccountingWeb account to claim CPD points.

Please ensure details used to claim CPD points match those used when registering for this episode. Your certificate will be sent to you within 30 days of submitting your details.

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