Global attitudes & trends in accounting

It’s no secret that the way we’re using technology is changing, and no more so than in the field of accounting and bookkeeping.

So, as we head into 2013 we thought it would be cool to take a snapshot of attitudes and trends by running a survey in conjunction with AccountingWEB, the leading UK/US accounting news site, in order to find out what accountants and bookkeepers around the world think about online accounting.

Who should complete the survey?

  • Practicing accountants or bookkeepers with or without experience of working online, located anywhere in the world (remember to select your country!)

You can complete the survey at the accountingweb website, where answering the six questions should take no more than three minutes to complete.

To spice it up a little, all completed surveys will qualify for entry into a prize draw where we have an iPad, or iPad mini to give away.

Get your skates on though, the survey will close on Friday December 14.

We’ll publish the results in the new year, click here to complete the survey.


Trevor Smith
December 4, 2012 at 3:59 am

Thanks for setting this up – very curious to see the results….

Gayle Buchanan
December 4, 2012 at 8:56 am

nice move, will post in our group

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