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The Accountant 2.0

Paul Conway, Asian Business Software Solutions

04-Dec-18 11:05

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Technology is transforming the accountancy practice - especially for the micro/SME sector. The role of the accountant is evolving away from just managing invoices and expenses — and instead is now someone who has a top-to-bottom understanding of a company, allowing them to provide sound support and advice across the business. Paul Conway from Asian Business Software Solutions joins us to discuss these changes, the challenges accountants now face and some solutions to evolve.


Produced by: Audrey Raj

Presented by: Audrey Raj

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