Over half of the data breaches reported to the Australian Information Commissioner in the first six weeks of mandatory breach notifications involved Human Error.
Most practices have inadvertently sent the wrong information to a client, missed a deadline or have staff being paid to do simple, mundane actions.
Whilst humans are amazing at a vast number of things, they are really bad at tedious, repetitive tasks. Computers, on the other hand, excel in this arena. Until recently however, it’s been difficult to use computers to automate all but the simplest tasks.
In this session, learn how to automate key aspects of your practice - from wishing your clients happy birthday to automated reminders, requesting information at tax time to approval on key documents and due dates.
Attendees will be provided with real-world tools and tips to drive an immediate benefit into your firm and an ongoing set of improvements..
Webinar Learning Outcomes:
Attendees will gain an understanding of the tools at their disposal to automate processes in their firm as well as how to use them to drive down cost and increase accuracy.
Aimed at small to medium firms and those responsible for or a part of the technology decision making process, such as partners with technology responsibility or practice managers.
Nick Beaugeard is the CEO and Founder of HubOne, a software company which develops solutions for Accounting Firms. Prior to that he has worked in large software vendors including Microsoft and had executive roles at JP Morgan, National Westminster Bank among others.
Nick started writing software at the age of seven and boasts over twenty five years’ experience as a software developer, manager and architect. Nick has lived in London, New York, Seattle and is now settled in Sydney with his wife and four kids.
You will be provided with:
• PowerPoint presentation slide deck
• Any Supporting documentation
• Webinar Recording to view multiple times for up to 6 months
• An opportunity to ask questions to the presenter
Remove the ‘Human’ from ‘Human Error’