Technology advancements over the past five years have changed the business landscape completely—and the evolution isn't slowing down anytime soon. This is especially true in the accounting space, where we’ve seen a large pop in the progression of technology over the last two to three years. With artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotic process automation being used to take on traditionally laborious work, today’s accounting professionals and business owners now have the ability to complete far more tasks in a much shorter period of time.
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Rapid business growth and increased sales are often the epitome of a “good problem” for accounting firms. While doubling your client base generally means an exponential rise in revenue, unprecedented growth tends to be a great disruptor for bookkeeping. It’s easy to fall out of good accounting habits and become overwhelmed by sheer volume as you deal with double the journal entries, rolling invoices, and fluctuating cash flow.
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Not everyone who’s familiar with Jody Padar knows why she’s nicknamed the Radical CPA. In addition to being considered a bit progressive with her online presence (check out her Twitter and LinkedIn pages), she’s passionate about leveraging quality technology to create a better accounting firm.
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Accounting today is not the same as it was ten years ago. And while many accountants have been in the industry long enough to be aware of the changes, not as many have stepped in to help inform other professionals. That’s not the case for Mark Koziel, who runs the AICPA Engage conference every year.
During that conference, Radical CPA Jody Padar talked to Koziel about the transformation of the accounting industry.