Accountancy Age announces new event series

Accountancy Age announces new event series

AA Transform will help accountants effectively use new technologies to optimise their time and exceed client expectations

Accountancy Age announces new event series

Accountancy Age has announced its new quarterly event series – Accountancy Age Transform (AA Transform).

Building on over 50 years’ expertise, this next-generation networking and learning exchange will help guests to unleash the possibilities of AI, machine learning, robotics and big data and bring their accountancy skills into the new decade.

Elliot Thomas, the Finance Portfolio Director, said: “This event series comes at a point when many accountants are on the brink of undertaking large-scale digital transformation projects and as such are hungry to better understand the technological landscape.”

“This event will provide the opportunity for them to explore and understand how to revolutionise their business.”

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Accountants are under increasing pressure to transition into strategic advisory roles and add more value to clients. The successful adoption of these new technologies will be the ultimate differentiator between business success and failure.

As a result of the unprecedented challenges the accounting profession faces in regard to productivity and profitability, the first AA Transform event has been specifically designed to concentrate on creating profitability and identifying changing client needs. Focusing on how accountants can effectively use new technologies to optimise time and exceed client expectations, the day will:

  • Demonstrate the tools available to firms to better forecast – and navigate through – the key market changes affecting clients and the profession
  • Prepare guests for the upcoming IR35 reforms
  • Deliver keynote debates on changing client needs and how to remain relevant in the future of accountancy

“We have identified the need for our senior accounting audience to be able to understand how and which technology will revolutionise their business within the framework of key topics.” Thomas added. “The first event in the series will explore how embracing key technologies will help accountants to identify changing client needs and improve profitability.”

The event will be held on 12 March in central London at Glaziers Hall [map] and will run from 9:00am to 2:00pm.

If you have any queries regarding the AA Transform series, please get in contact.

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