Complete Access To Tech2000 Conference Materials
If you were not among the several hundred attendees at the recent AICPA/ITA Tech2000 conference in Atlanta, but are still interested in the presentations, today is your lucky day!
With the kind permission of AICPA's Andrea Carella, who did a terrific job as coordinator of the conference, AccountingWEB members can now access all the available PowerPoint presentations from the conference on-line.
Simply point your browser to www.aicpa.org/tech2000 and when prompted use the Username "Tech2000" and the password "AICPA" (both are case-sensitive.)
Once inside, you're free to navigate around the presentation materials from the 60+ sessions at the conference, and download them for future reference.
(Note: at the time of publishing this article there were some bad navigational links on the AICPA's web site. If you're having trouble getting to the list of sessions, point your browser to http://www.aicpa.org/tech2000/conf_at_glance_fs.htm and use the login process described above.)
Complete the process by contacting Conference Copy Inc. at 570-775-0580 and ordering the audiocassettes of the sessions you are interested in. Be sure to refer to Meeting #AI0004. Or, if you prefer, you can order the tapes online.
AccountingWEB is pleased to be able to bring to you this host of resources, and would encourage you that if you like what you see, you may want to consider attending the conference next year. . .
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