In this post, we’ve targeted nine areas to help tune up your audit and assurance services. Keep these considerations top of mind so that you and your team will be ready to start improving when the next lull comes around.
The time is now to harness the power of today’s powerful technologies, productize client accounting and advisory services, and provide clients with all of the support they want. In our upcoming webinar (The Client Accounting and Advisory Services Playbook) Roman Kepczyk, Director of Firm Technology Strategy at Right Networks, will present several approaches and resources to support this conclusion.
With information technology eliminating most geographic boundaries, generalist firms will find it increasingly harder to compete with niche specialists who have differentiated themselves with more expertise and process efficiency, particularly those targeting CAAS (Client Accounting and Advisory Services).
As technology advances, automation is used for financial and accounting processes traditionally done manually. In response, accounting professionals are shifting roles—transitioning from task-oriented, compliance work to comprehensive strategic advising. An…