Posts Tagged ‘technology’
So, will AI be the end of the world (or at least the accounting profession)?
You’d have to be a hermit without an internet connection to have missed all the noise being made about ChatGPT and other AI bots. In some people’s minds, they are harbingers of the end of the world. They are certainly interesting. It is that interest that has seen the fastest take-up of a technology in…Read More
The end of the supplier centric integrated suite; Now the client centric best of breed suites.
One of the defining differences between the approach taken by North American accounting firms and their technology suppliers compared with Australian/New Zealand firms and their suppliers is the integrated suite. Those of my vintage can recall the birth of technology for the accounting profession in the late 1970s. Companies like Hartley Computer, O’Reilly Computer, Anpac…Read More
Watch that little red dot (reprise)
A few years ago I wrote this piece about the need to develop new skills to be able to present effectively to a camera. In this time when so many are working remotely, the skill is even more important than ever. It’s worth another read… Do you dread the request to have a video Zoom,…Read More