Event Date: Nov 21, 2013 Only
This session will look at the traditional tax preparation and compliance workflow using locally installed network solutions vs. cloud technologies that can lead to more efficient tax preparation, compliance and workflow processes.
We will cover:
- Data Import
- Tax Preparation
- Data and Document Management
- Electronic Filing
- Workflow Processes
- Mobile Technologies
Mark Ryburn CPA, CITP, CDIA+
Product Line Manager, Workflow Solutions
CCH Tax & Accounting North America
Mark Ryburn, CPA, CITP, CDIA+ is Product Line Manager – Tax Software for CCH Tax & Accounting. In addition to managing the tax software portfolio, Mark’s responsibilities with CCH have included the day-to-day business management and development of strategic roadmaps for the following solutions: CCH Axcess Document, Portal, Practice and Workstream; ProSystem fx Scan with AutoFlow Technology and ProSystem fx Practice Management.
Mark brings 30 + years of relevant experience in public accounting, software development, education and management to CCH. He was co-creator of what became ProSystem fx Scan and PDFlyer and joined CCH in 2006 as part of that acquisition.
Mark holds two bachelor’s degrees in Accounting and Computer Information Systems as well as professional accreditations as a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Information Technology Professional and Certified Digital Imaging Architect
|Advance Preparation Needed||none|
|Delivery Method||Group-Internet Based|
|Recommended CPE Credit||1 credit per 50-minute session*|
|Registration Instructions||register online|
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* To obtain CPE credit, the live session must be attended. The recording does not qualify for credit.