Randy Johnston, President, Network Management Group, Inc., Leslie Garrett, PhD, CEO of Insight Research Group announce the release of the 4th Annual Accounting Firm Operations and Technology (AFOT) Survey results and survey book.
The 4th Annual AFOT Survey results book features the past three years of survey data, trend lines, thought-leadership from accounting channel leaders and consultative insight. “I continue to be amazed that I learn something from every version of our survey. The 4th Annual Accounting Firm Operations and Technology Survey provided insights about CPA firm strategies that I have not seen anywhere else. It is clear that this measure of technologies in use in the practice of accounting provides leading indicators of changes to come in the profession and the technologies used to solve client and firm problems. My only hope is that more and more firms would participate to benefit from the receiving the results for free as a benefit of participating,” said Johnston.
“We designed our survey results book to clearly display survey results and trend lines, making it easier to glance at the data and quickly assess the information or opt to dive deeper into the state of many facets of the profession. We also segment and present the data by size of firm to aid partners, shareholders, owners and IT professionals working in tax, accounting, and bookkeeping firms benchmark their operation,” said Garrett.
Learn more about the 4th Annual AFOT Survey here: https://store.cpatrendlines.com/shop/afot/
Key facts about the Accounting Firm Operations and Technology Survey:
- Although there are many good surveys, there is not another independent survey that has this level of complete information about the technology U.S. tax, accounting, and bookkeeping professionals are using in their practices.
- The intent of this survey is to discover valid, factual actionable information and to deliver a resource that provides trend lines and consultative content based on precise results of multiple years of data gathered using this survey instrument
- Multiple years of data presented in an understandable way using charts and tables that reveal trends as they are developing.