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5 June 2018

Accountancy Europe Technology Barometer Survey results

The latest technological advances significantly impact the accountancy profession.

But how do professional accountancy institutes the deal with such change? These survey results show that technology plays an increasingly important role in their work. They have a clear positive outlook for the future: most institutes see technology as a way to improve the services of the profession.

This second Technology Barometer aims to understand how our Members’ approach technology to help ensure that the accountancy profession makes the best use of technology in the public interest.

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