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This guide is designed to help alleviate some of the fears that lie behind the inertia on data analytics. There is information about how to get started using the resources you already have or to find out about others, and case studies to show how using data analytics has helped some practices already.
David Lyford-Smith considers how best to value the UK’s data economy, assessing the key issues and challenges which arise when valuing data.
Keeping your skills up to date in the face of fast-changing technology developments can be a struggle, but chartered accountants are well placed to rise to the challenge, says Lesley Meall.
In a new paper from the IT Faculty, David Lyford-Smith looks at how different nations have introduced digital methods into their tax administration.
Kirstin Gillon reports from Silicon Valley, where accountants’ flexibility and data analysis capabilities are ensuring their continued relevance.
The last five years have seen major shifts in how consumers pay for goods and services. With the internet and e-commerce (electronic commerce) continuing its meteoric rise, and smartphones offering a myriad of new ways to pay, businesses and their accounting partners have had to adapt to this new world of e-payments (Electronic Payments), as consumers continue to demand new ways to pay.
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