Miami-Dade's largest accounting firms plan for tech changes
Accounting firms are adjusting as new tech takes over some traditional tasks.
Miami-Dade’s largest locally based accounting firms are trying to figure out how artificial intelligence, robotic process automation and other technology will change the role of accountants. “You have to focus on the technology and what the future is going to hold and how it could potentially disrupt (your business),” says Berkowitz Pollack Brant Advisors and Accountants CEO Joe Saka.
This story also features expert opinions, business briefs and people in the news: Kaufman Rossin; MBAF; Antonio Argiz; Opportunity Zone Fund; Stephen L. Owens; William D. Pruitt; Bowman Brown
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