Most accountancy firms are managing remarkably well with fewer people and working from home. Arguably, returning to the office with full staff and historic working practices seems unnecessary. But how do you improve and modernise your firm to the make the most of this opportunity to reboot?
Jeremy Hyman and Helen Day are leading IT advisors to accountancy firms, and in our guest webinar they look at how firms can reset and adapt to new client and operational realities.
Specific areas they explore include:
The decisions you need to make.
The factors you need to consider.
The processes you need to modernise.
The data you need to support these decisions.
Jeremy has worked for 25 years in the professional services sector. With a degree in law, and spells variously as IT manager, partner, software developer and management consultant, Jeremy has acquired a host of technical, practical and commercial skills.
Jeremy began his career with a Top-50 firm of accountants in London. He went on to establish and operate an IT services business before returning to his consulting roots and founding Jeremy Hyman Associates in 2017.
Jeremy combines a thorough understanding of professional firms, a sound grasp of technical disciplines, and a pragmatic and effective approach to provide IT leadership and guidance to more than ten of the larger UK firms of accountants.
Helen has spent her entire career helping firms make the best possible decisions about resources, processes and technology. She combines a multidisciplinary skill set with an affinity for people that delivers achievable, lasting improvements for clients.
Helen’s expertise is in optimising, streamlining and standardising systems to boost efficiency and profit. Her background in technology and consulting helps clients understand the challenges they face and quickly arrive at effective, practical solutions.
Helen is passionate about guiding firms in their technology choices in practical ways that users can embrace and that help them maximise their potential.