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Advancements in technology have changed the game for today’s businesses, and those who pride themselves on delivering the best product and customer service at the best possible price have minimal chances of long-term success.
It’s a transformational time for the accounting profession. Leveraging the cloud can not only benefit your practice today, but can also position you to benefit from the technology innovations of tomorrow. This Special Report takes a closer look.
The audit profession is on the brink of a revolution. Are you ready? Emerging and evolving technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain, robotic process automation and data analytics are not hype. They are reality and are, in fact, already impacting our professional and personal lives in various ways (think, for example, of Amazon’s Alexa or self-driving vehicles). And it’s just getting started.
In today’s evolving business climate, some accounting professionals may feel like they’re on a high-speed train that demands greater efficiencies, enhanced mobility and new growth opportunities. For a growing number of these professionals, their journey toward a competitive advantage is fast approaching its next stop: the cloud.
Cybersecurity is a bigger issue than ever before as the sophistication level of hackers, some of whom are engaged in full-scale organized criminal enterprises, continues to rise at an alarming rate. What’s even more alarming is that they are moving downstream, targeting not just large public companies but those within the mid-tier market. That includes accounting firms.
Thanks in large part to the Internet and the e-commerce explosion, businesses today are operating in a new world of taxation. While navigating the complex and ever- changing sales and use tax landscape can be extremely challenging for business clients, it is affording many accounting firms new growth opportunities. This Special Report takes a closer look.
Today’s nonprofits are facing myriad challenges, whether it be a decline in revenue, compliance with government regulations, greater demand for financial transparency, or changing technologies. Such issues may be ushering in a new era of complexity for many nonprofits, but for the accounting profession, it’s bringing about greater service opportunities. This Special Report takes a closer look.
Expense management. It’s a necessary evil that can dishevel even the most seasoned road warrior in seconds with the misplacement of a critical travel receipt. For accounting professionals, it can spell countless hours of unproductive data entry, receipt chasing, and murky, outdated views of client spending records. This articles explores how technology is changing the game.
Fueled by the robust development of cloud-based software and the greater demand for automation, vendors are fostering an “ecosystem” of developers to create add-ons that integrate with their core packages. These integrated suites of best-of-breed products are increasingly changing how accounting professionals serve their clients.
This white paper provides actionable insights and key takeaways to help companies better navigate the complexities of today’s lead generation process.
Fresh from two major acquisition announcements — Target’s pharmacy business and Omnicare — CVS Health remains "a category of one” and continues to look ahead to its next innovative move.
Procter & Gamble announced a definitive agreement to merge 43 of its beauty brands with Coty. The transaction includes P&G’s global salon professional hair care and color, retail hair color, cosmetics and fine fragrance businesses, along with select hair styling brands.
Attention retailers. It’s the mistreated customer who walks out the door in a silent huff who places the most revenue at risk, according to a collaborative study conducted by LoyaltyOne and Verde Group with professor of marketing and psychology, Deborah Small at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Following the launch of the Treasure & Bond x Something Navy capsule collection in fall 2017, Seattle-based Nordstrom is once again partnering with influencer Arielle Charnas to introduce a new standalone brand called Something Navy.
Rvinbow Coalition Concepts (aka BOCOCO) is a startup in Renton run by two Washington natives that’s transforming footwear and sports and motorcycle gear into customized works of art — and helping those in need in the process.