September 14, 2021
Your investment choices should be driven by a strategy to achieve desired results
Long gone are the days when accounting was driven by good old “T-accounts” and debits and credits. While the core principals of nonprofit accounting are largely unchanged, the role of accounting and finance professionals (and the information they provide) has evolved dramatically and become increasingly important. Finance departments are now turning to technology to streamline tasks, increase transparency, and improve reporting – digitally transforming their organizations for better decision-making and the flexibility to pivot when necessary.
The benefits of digital transformation are attractive, but which technology investments are appropriate for your organization and provide the biggest “bang for the buck”? Join GRF for an overview of the technology many organizations have implemented to begin their journey into digital transformation. Our accounting technology experts will provide insights and best practices for technology selection, systems implementation and leveraging the most benefit from technology investments. You will come away with practical guidance for digitally transforming your organization for the challenges that lie ahead for 2022 and the post pandemic business environment.
- The role of technology tools in accounting (including Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotic Process Automation and more)
- Strategic thinking around digital transformation
- Technology selection and implementation
- Leveraging current technology in new ways
- Getting the most from your investment
- Vetting future technologies
Elinor Litwach, CPA
Partner, Outsourced Accounting & Advisory Services
Yevgeniy Sukhenko, CPA
Manager, Outsourced Accounting & Advisory Services
Accountant, Outsourced Accounting and Advisory Services