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In 2021, Accountancy Age's annual 50+50 survey showed that accounting firms had spent £27million on technology, a slight decrease from the year before. Has this decrease in technology investment continued in 2022? And, if so, where are firms focusing their investments instead?
Last year advisory and payroll services saw a substantial amount of growth. Payroll saw an increase of just over 19 percent on average. Which services will grow in popularity this year?
Modulr and top accountants from around the UK discussed what they did in 2022 to set them up for success, which services boomed in demand, and the role fintech played in ensuring growth.
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Jim has 25 years consulting experience with leading global firms. The Last 15 years in leadership roles leading digital transformation programmes and has Led multiple, global (20+ countries) ERP implementations. Jim’s experience spans across many industries with a deeper knowledge of Financial Services, Retail, Hospitality and Manufacturing. Additionally, Jim is a Board-level adviser providing independent review on technologies and implementation programmes. As well as, a Business Consultant with a range of technical skills including infrastructure, integration application, data and security. Jim’s Specialisms include IT Strategy, Business Case generation, Software Selection, Roadmap development and transformation delivery.
As a recognised expert in the payments industry, Tom is the strategic lead in Modulr's commitment to supercharge payments automation for Accountants and their clients. Through his work with Accountancy practices and technology vendors Tom is leading the conversation on digital transformation in the industry.
Sam Alberti is a journalist at Accountancy Age. He has spent the past two years covering a range of beats as a reporter and senior reporter, before taking on the role of Deputy Editor in January 2023. He previously covered people management and business transformation for HRD Connect. He is also an NCTJ-qualified news reporter with an MA in journalism.
Andrew is Vice Chairman for the firm and Head of Audit & Assurance. Andrew leads the firm’s Large Complex Audit Group specialising in listed, high profile or complex audit assignments. Andrew is also a member of Baker Tilly Audit & Assurance Committee and International Audit Methodology Steering Group. Andrew has been with MHA since 2005. In this role, Andrew ensures the firm’s audit quality as he reviews the firm’s high-profile clients and more complex audits. Andrew leads the firm’s audit innovation projects.
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