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Tue, Sep 14, '21

Data jail, going green, and client delight: Strategies for growth

Written by AccountingToday (originally published on 09/14/2021)


Today’s accounting firms are continually looking for ways to boost efficiency and grow profits in an increasingly competitive market. While many firm leaders feel stuck in a rut with the same old ideas, others are introducing new and unexpected strategies to save time, drive productivity, and accelerate growth:

1. Stop buying systems, start breaking out of data jail

In the past, accounting firms would buy monolithic, centralized practice management systems, deploy them on premises, and then grapple with painful limitations of outdated functionality and designs for years.


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