As demand for accounting and finance professionals increases, firms of all types are facing competition not only to court top talent, but also to keep it.
These are uncertain times for employers and employees alike. Employers are struggling to define the workforce of the future; employees are worried that the workforce won’t include them.
Technology advances can help today’s accounting firms satisfy the demands to be faster, smarter, and less costly. But the choices can also be overwhelming, with no shortage of new accounting software and upgrade options coming to market, said Brian Tankersley, CPA/CITP, CGMA, a Tennessee-based accounting technology consultant.
To succeed in today’s world, leaders have to welcome and embrace uncertainty.
According to CFO.com, ninety percent of CFOs surveyed say they should be doing more with the financial and operations data they have at hand.