Whenever you hear about accounting technology trends, the words “blockchain” and “Artificial Intelligence” are usually not far behind.
And while these emerging technologies will become increasingly important, there are plenty of ways in which technology is transforming the accounting industry today. On the flip side, there are also ways in which tech won’t change the industry for many years to come.
In an increasingly competitive landscape, accounting firms that want to attract a steady stream of profitable clients need to create meaningful differentiation in the marketplace.
We would go one step further by saying that firms who carve out UNIQUE positioning in the marketplace tend to grow faster, easier and more profitably than their non-differentiated competitors.
Many accountants now realise that “back office outsourcing” isn’t a passing fad. It’s a way for accounting firms to deliver more value at lower cost, while preserving margins and continuing to develop and reward great people.
In this article, we explore which offshore roles to hire first so you can you can start and grow your team through a series of low-risk steps.
The value of a good book is that for less than $20, you can benefit from 20 years of wisdom.
Here’s our list of the 12 best business books for accountants who want to thrive in today’s world. Whether you’re an ambitious graduate or an experienced accounting partner looking for your next growth boost, these titles are sure to help:
When accounting firms succeed at growing capacity, they suddenly find themselves facing a “quality problem”: plenty of room for new clients.
There are many ways to acquire new clients. However, client referrals are consistently rated by accountants as one of their favorite sources of new business, for several reasons: