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Tuesday, 27 April 2021

11am - 12pm AEST

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Big tech solutions for small firms
How to build a digital ecosystem

Join Alan Fitzgerald, the ‘software whisperer’ from Practice Connections to find out how your practice can benefit from sophisticated tech.

He’ll explain why accounting technology is the friend, not foe of the smaller firm. You will also get practical tips on how to leverage an ecosystem of digital tools to help your practice grow. 

With EOFY compliance deadlines looming now is the time to make an educated assessment of your software solutions, before peak season sees you stuck using the same outdated tools or manual methods in your practice management.

What to expect on the day: 

This session is designed for small to medium practices who want to scale up, but aren’t sure where to get started.  

This webcast will provide you with a framework to help audit your tech stack to build the most efficient digital ecosystem in FY22.

Prepare your questions for the live Q&A Session at the end of this webcast!

Conditions for CPD points

  • Members of CAANZ may claim this activity as CPD hours if personally satisfied it is professionally relevant and meets the CPD characteristics set out in Regulation CR7 for CAANZ.
  • CPA Australia members may record this activity in the CPD diary if the activity increased knowledge, skills or capability in relation to the member job role or career aspiration. For further information, click here.
  • Members of the IPA are recommended to show their attendance at the webcast and enter it into their record of CPD activity
  • Members of The Tax Institute can record this as structured CPD if it is relevant to their role.



Jotham Lian


Meagan Wood


Alan Fitzgerald


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