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Digital transformation

ICAEW has brought together these resources to help you understand how digital technologies are transforming economies and workplaces. Learn what it means for businesses and accountancy practices.

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Digital technologies and the future of accountancy work

As digital technologies transform business models, industry sectors and the workplace, the financial sector has become increasingly affected. Oxford University's Carl Benedikt Frey outlined the challenges posed by these technologies in his webinar: "The future of work and the accounting profession".

How technology is changing accounting practices

Advances in technology have led to a reduced demand for traditional accountancy services and created new opportunities and challenges. ICAEW's Tech Faculty outlined how digital technologies, are changing accountancy practices and their work in its report "Providing leadership in a digital world".

How to support your business to embrace digital

Preparing yourself and your organisation for the impact of disruptive digital technologies might feel like a daunting task, but this eLearning module introduces you to a three step approach that is designed to help businesses embrace this change within finance.

Finance in a digital world

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ICAEW is collaborating with Deloitte to ensure its members and students have the knowledge and skills to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the fourth industrial revolution and to meet its challenges head on. Log-in to access exclusive eLearning content.

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Data Analytics Community

As data analytics plays an increasingly pivotal role in supporting audit, assurance and business decision-making, this ICAEW community will help finance professionals develop the advanced data analytics and visualisation skills needed to succeed in this insight-driven era.