New tech solutions require new thinking.
By Hitendra Patil
It’s tough enough to keep up with the new technical developments in taxes and accounting, but practitioners are also grappling with a whole new vocabulary in technology.
If you’re not speaking the new lingo, you risk losing the millennials you work with and mystifying some of your clients and prospects.
For instance: In the distant past, you “bought” a “software license,” “received” a CD and then “installed” the software on your “desktop.” But now, you go to the “cloud” to “activate” your “subscriptions” to the “software as a service.”