Technology

Partner Posts

How Canadian SMBs have shown resilience during the pandemic — a data-backed study and review

What it means for their future, workforce and back-office accounting technology
Business

How Canadian accountants can help small business recover post-pandemic

SMB surveys from Dext and Wagepoint reveal opportunities for accountants
Technology

Cyber risk management guidance for Canadian corporate directors

Bradley Freedman of BLG outlines cyber risk management guidance and tools for corporate directors, including resources from CPA Canada
Partner Posts

7 things I did to fix my accounting workflow problem and automate engagements

Jennie Moore of Practice Ignition on changing your mindset to scale your firm
Thought Leaders

Tax ‘pandemic profiteering’ by tech companies to help fund public education

Trevor Norris says public education should receive tech sector taxation revenue
Technology

5 ways the COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed cybersecurity

COVID-19 has permanently changed organizational culture and behaviour
Technology

Receipt Bank passes 1 million users, reinforces commitment to accountants with rebrand to Dext

CEO hails growth fast track, by making accountants "productive, profitable and powerful"
Thought Leaders

Financial professions must pivot to stave off technological extinction

Turning CPAs into data scientists may not be realistic, says Erica Pimentel, CPA, CA
Technology

Why Deloitte Canada won Ottawa’s lucrative vaccine platform contract

Technology provider Deloitte also delivers US vaccine management platform
Technology

7 new accounting and finance software solutions that will make work easier in 2021

Technology providers embraced the opportunity to support digital transformation
Technology

Cyberattacks are on the rise amid work from home – how to protect your business

Professor Michael Parent on three crucial steps to protecting your data
Practice

Blueprinting success: Secrets to being audit-ready

Blueprint Accounting in Ottawa makes Receipt Bank mandatory for its clients