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Implementing new tech & how to make it stick

There are two main steps to effectively making technology stick in the long term: appropriate research and effective implementation.

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"Automation", "streamlining processes".. These are terms you hear often, but where and how do you get started?

There are many different catalysts that might cause a firm to move to the cloud or change the apps that they use (if they’re already operating within a cloud-based system). That said, a number of common themes usually appear: the desire to streamline solutions, improve internal efficiency, and save costs through appropriately leveraging automation.

Download this article 'Implementing new tech – how to make it stick' and learn:

The step-by-step process when researching new tech solutions
How to integrate your apps for increased automation
How to bring your staff & clients along in the journey

About the author

Rebecca was a founding partner of Aptus Accounting & Advisory, a cloud-based accounting firm in Sydney which focused on leveraging technology to support client growth and help solve their problems.

Rebecca now leads the businessDEPOT Sydney based operations, as well as heading up the Tech Advisory offering for businessDEPOT nationally. As if that wasn't enough, Rebecca is also the Head of Accounting (APAC) for Practice Ignition.

One of Rebecca’s strengths lies with her ability to implement technology that provides small and medium businesses the same insights into their organisations as large corporates with infinite resources. As a believer in continuous learning, Rebecca enjoys sharing her knowledge of the industry with others.

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