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What Accountants Could Do Next – a conversation with Elena Ramkalawon, haysmacintyre
A must-read guide for Accountants in practice
How technology adoption can add extra value to your practice and your services
It’s particularly striking how remote technology has introduced arm’s length commodification of Accountants’ professional services. Yet for those who have embraced technology, it has granted a unique opportunity for practitioners to develop even closer relationships with their clients and offer an even more quality service delivery.
Iplicit has commissioned a book exploring how the best use of the latest in technology, IT, and digital adoption can add value to your practice. How harnessing these innovations can help practitioners to evolve to a more advisory role and more tailored and efficient service to your clients.
We ask can a practice survive without harnessing IT and digital technology in the interests of their own firm, their own accounting practices, but also the interests of their clients, as software becomes more immersive and connected.
We investigate the many catalysts that can prompt an accountancy practice, (or a mid-tier business) to not just introduce new accounting software but challenge what they do and how they do it.
We explain why implementing the right software rather than the most common brand -“nobody was ever fired for buying IBM” syndrome- can actually deliver tangible benefits and real change for you and your clients, dwarfing any concerns about change itself.
In advance of the publication, we are pleased to make available some essential white paper reading.
More Whitepapers From This Series
What Accountants could do next – Interview 1
A conversation with Elena Ramkalawon, Partner & Head of Outsourcing, haysmacintyre.
What Accountants could do next – Interview 2
A conversation with Ian Bowden, tax technology partner, BDO.
Becky Shields, partner & head of the data analytics and artificial intelligence team, Moore Kingston Smith