It’s 2020, and after possibly months or years of stalled digital transformation conversations and further delays due to COVID-19, your manager or one of your firm’s executives has finally given you the green light to start pursuing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) accounting solutions.
Topics: Artificial Intelligence
In this podcast episode, you’ll hear from Sandy McClure, Professional Services Manager at AcctTwo. Before joining AcctTwo in 2015, Sandy gained extensive experience implementing Sage Intacct at the multi-location megachurch she worked at in Charleston, South Carolina. And it was during this time that Sandy first met the AcctTwo team.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, AcctTwo Shared Services focuses exclusively on the Sage Intacct platform. Through its cloud accounting software solutions, managed accounting services, and software development services, AcctTwo has been consistently recognized by Sage Intacct as its Partner of the Year for the past six years.
As a self-proclaimed "Millennial in a Baby Boomer body," David Bergstein has a deep passion for using technology to make accounting easier.
How does someone who first learned accounting at age 14, on green ledger sheets, end up building a 100% virtual accounting practice on top of QuickBooks Online?
This podcast episode features Candy Bellau of Kramerica Business Solutions.
- How Candy, a New York native, ended up in New Orleans
- Why some of Intuit's best-intentioned suggestions need to be taken with a grain of salt and subject to human review
- The big a-ha moment when Candy knew it made sense to move out of traditional office space and build Kramerica Business Solutions in the cloud
(While QuickBooks Online certainly made this possible, it was the birth of Candy's daughter that provided the urgency. And now Kramerica Business Solutions can have clients everywhere. And it does!)
How Chris Hervochon CPA CVA Elevates Client Relationships to a Higher Level with Cloud and Automation Technology
If you missed our recent podcast episode with Chris Hervochon of Chris Hervochon CPA CVA, you may not have heard his personal journey to how being focused on accounting automation led to his ability to drive value for small businesses.
Luckily, that’s where our blog recap comes in. Watch, listen, or read this episode, where Vic.ai’s podcast host Joshua Feinberg asked Chris to provide our audience with his favorite Bill.com best practices and lessons learned.
It’s an age-old question every business has faced: What will make your buyer return? If they do, what made them a happy customer? And can you do it again?
Pete Potsos of Bill.com Shares How to Turn Your Tech Stack Vendors into Trusted Partners
If you’re tasked with helping your clients pay their invoices, you’re probably very familiar with Bill.com, one of the leading cloud-based business payment platforms.
Bill.com’s Pete Potsos, Strategic Account Manager and Client Accounting Services Strategic Advisor, recently joined our podcast with Vic.ai’s host Joshua Feinberg to review the initial steps all accounting firms need to take when they begin automating their clients’ accounts payable.
Competitive battles are no longer going to be fought with the ordinary tools and apps we've depended on for decades.
Fringe Advisory Uses Accounting Automation to Transform Their Practice From Transactional to Strategic
Fringe Advisory is the home of technology-focused accountants who are comfortable using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in their outsourced accounting work. In short, they shun doing the “same old, same old.”
Joshua Feinberg sat down with Aaron Berson and Bella Hobbel, co-founders of Fringe Advisory, to discuss why change in the accounting profession is so hard and tips on how to leverage technologies like Bill.com and AI to make outsourced accounting more seamless for your clients’ workflows.
Is Your Accounting Workflow Painful or Delightful? (Probably Not the Latter!)
In our recent webinar, “The Future of Outsourced Accounting and Accounting Technology,” attendees were asked to describe the nature of their daily workflows. Were they fully automated? Were they painstakingly manual?