The Connected Practice comes to life with upgrades to user interfaces, more features and even simpler workflows – all showcased on the road at MYOB INCITE 2020.
Internationally recognised entrepreneur and AI expert, Dr Catriona Wallace is preparing to wow attendees of MYOB INCITE with a nuanced take on integrated technologies and the future of work.
With the first of the annual roadshow events about to kick off in Brisbane, we’ve asked a few exhibiting tech partners about what they enjoy about MYOB INCITE and the value they can offer.
Whether you’re an INCITE stalwart or considering joining us for the first time, here’s why attending a Metro event in 2020 is one of the most important acts of practice development available to you.
Every year the MYOB INCITE roadshow brings together the best in accounting and bookkeeping across Australia and New Zealand, so they can lift the lid on the tech they need to support their clients.
For years, MYOB has been touting The Connected Practice as a holistic vision of the accounting and bookkeeping sector. Now, for the first time, the technology announced at MYOB INCITE is arriving to facilitate the concept becoming a reality in the years ahead.
Over the past couple of years, MYOB has employed somewhere in the region of 500 new developers. What could they all possibly be doing I hear you ask? The answer, I’m glad to say, is “a lot”.
It’s no secret. The accounting and bookkeeping industry loves a conference, and Head of Partner Sales Blake Collins is convinced INCITE 2019 will be at the top of your list for events to attend this year. Here’s why.
Bookkeepers and accountants working in regional Australia are used to covering lots of ground in a short period of time. That’s why MYOB’s regional INCITE events are designed to do the same, which means more value for your time spent in transit.