Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher, has been quoted as saying “change is the only constant in life.” In modern times, this is even truer. Technology is advancing now at breakneck speed. As an accountant, if you and/or your firm are not keeping up and evolving at the right pace, you are getting left behind.
The Rules of Thumb blog from MoneyThumb wants to make sure all of our accountant readers keep up with advances in the field of accounting and the ever-present changes. That is why today we are sharing information about an important free webinar coming up on May 10, 2019. The title of the webinar is The Evolving Accountant: Managing the Pace of Change.
This webinar is being sponsored by CPA Practice Advisor. Below are all the details and how to register from the CPA Practice Advisor website:
“As technology continues to transform the accounting profession, firms find themselves struggling to keep up with the pace of change. In fact, rapid changes are already setting some firms up for success while leaving others behind. In this hour-long session, we’ll explore what these changes mean for firms and strategies for adapting. Topics include:
- Understanding the impact of exponential change in technology
- How to skill-up for the new normal
- Beyond early adoption: choosing the right tools for your firm
This session is the first of our Evolving Accountant Series looking at changes in the accounting profession and how real-world firms are making the transformation.
Program level: Basic (no prerequisites required).
Receive 1 hour of free CPE credit for participating in this live webcast.”
Follow this link to the registration page.
The MoneyThumb team hopes you take advantage of the webinar we have shared above. As you can see, not only will you learn a lot about keeping pace with the ever-evolving accounting field, but you will acquire a free hour of CPE credits. It’s a win-win situation.
We also suggest that if you want to continue evolving at the right pace you begin using our great PDF financial file converters if you are not already doing so. There is a version of our PDF financial file converters specifically designed for accountants and all of the best accountants and accounting firms use these MoneyThumb tools!