Behind the scenes : UK practice update

Accounting industry analyst Dennis Howlett stopped by our new UK office yesterday to film a short panel debate with three online accounting advocates; Pearson Buchholz, Andrew Smith Bookkeeping and Prime Chartered Accountants.

Dennis was keen to get an update on the progress online practices were making in the UK since his last check-in. Dennis filmed the entire session which will he’ll publish himself in a few weeks, but we grabbed a few behind the scenes shots and threw together this short preview. The discussion was far ranging and touched upon how online accounting and bookkeeping practices were driving the shift away from basic compliance and adding real incremental value for their clients with some illuminating examples of how Xero was making life easier for both the professionals as well as their clients.

One Comment

London Bookkeeper
May 31, 2012 at 2:50 am

Interesting. I think online accounting software will become more popular with clients as time goes by.
Adding value to the clients and enabling them to having valuable and up to date information about their business and their position moving forwards is really what it’s all about.

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