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[Free Ebook] 10 tips on implementing new tech in your firm

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How to make new technology stick in your accounting firm written by Rebecca Mihalic, CA Practice Ignition’s Head of Accounting

Sponsored Features Rebecca Mihalic, Head of Accounting, Practice Ignition 07 September 2020
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So you’ve decided to look at cloud solutions for your accounting firm. You may already be using a cloud based ledger, such as Xero or Quickbooks Online, but you want to know how you can further reduce time spent on the tedious back-office processes which don’t count towards your billable activities.

You can’t simply implement a solution, invite a number of users, and hope that it’ll work out exactly as intended. Instead, it usually results in the exact opposite—
and projects end up having to be abandoned in their entirety.

Successfully implementing new tech in your firm, and ensuring smooth adoption from all users (clients and staff) is dependent on appropriate research and effective implementation. Rebecca Mihalic, Director of businessDEPOT, and Head of Accounting for Practice Ignition has put together a guide that includes ten tips that you need to know before you introduce new technology to your team and your clients.

In the Ebook 'Implementing new tech – how to make it stick' you’ll learn:

  • The step-by-step process when researching new tech solutions
  • How to integrate your apps for increased automation
  • How to bring your staff & clients along in the journey

Download the full article for free.

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[Free Ebook] 10 tips on implementing new tech in your firm
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