Accounting in 2015 - The single greatest change agent facing accounting in the next 15 years is technology. The foundations of the profession will be eroded by the opposing demands of emerging services and established values. In the convergence of business and technology, CPAs will have to prove their value to a new economy.
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|Contributors:||Alles, Michael; Kogan, Alexander; Vasarhelyi, Miklos A.|
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