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Public sector forces in accountancy
Accountants need to prepare for 50 public sector forces

There are 50 forces changing the public sector that accountants need to be prepared for.

Accountancy Economics
Gartner's business predictions
Gartner's business predictions for 2017

Gartner has released its predictions for business in 2017, highlighting the areas where innovation and change is most likely.

cloud-based accounting
Inside the cloud

Is cloud-based accounting really as good as it sounds?

Machine-based services
The clock is ticking

Could the rise in machine-based services and consulting packages persuade accounting firms to finally ditch hourly billing in favour of value pricing?

Robot revolution
Has the robot revolution been exaggerated?

The advancement of technology is important to business, but has the speed or impact of the robot revolution been exaggerated?

Circular economy
What does the circular economy mean for 2017?

Most businesses will be affected by the sustainability of resources in some way, but will a circular economy improve things?

Business Economics
Accountancy profession
What makes experienced and new accountants so different?

There is a difference between experienced accountants and those coming into the profession.

Praxity Global Conference
The status quo is not an option

The Praxity Global Conference 2016 demonstrated sharing international expertise has never been more important as firms face unprecedented challenges in the digital age.

Accountancy Business Praxity news
STEM industry
How can employers get more STEM professionals?

Professionals in the STEM industries are desperately needed, but how can employers ensure they recruit the right type of candidate and keep this talent in their organisation?

Business Economics
Big data
How big data is helping to deliver big profits

As accountancy firms get to grips with the big data revolution, we look at how other industries are embracing data analytics to grow business.

Accountancy Business Economics