The average accounting firm manages about 8,000 tax returns annually, with small to mid-sized firms relying heavily on disparate technology systems and spreadsheets to run their businesses. As client bases expand and as the complexities of financial accounting grow, these inefficiencies can take a major toll on a firm’s bottom line. This case study uncovers how one firm discovered huge cost savings by replacing disconnected systems and automating manual processes.
What you'll learn:
How to address key challenges in the accounting industry