Why Every CPA Firm Is a Tech Company at Heart

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By Daniel Hood
The Accounting Firm Operations and Technology Survey

The conventional wisdom these days is, “All companies are technology companies,” because technology has so infiltrated every aspect of business that it is core to every company.

But that’s not quite true.

Not all companies are tech companies -- yet. But they need to be, and soon.

This is particularly true in the accounting profession, where so many firms are slow to adopt and reluctant to engage with new technologies.

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Daniel Hood

Dan Hood, Accounting Today

About the Author

Daniel Hood was named editor-in-chief of Accounting Today in 2012, after joining the publication in 1996. A graduate of Georgetown University, he has also served as a business editor for the New York Daily News, and as a production editor for The Wall Street Journal Europe. He is the author of five novels and a guidebook to New York City. He is a contributor to The Accounting Firm Operations and Technology Survey Report, published by CPA Trendlines.

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