Michael Platt

Michael Platt, CEOMichael Platt, President and CEO
AccountingWEB, Inc.

Recently named as one of the "Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting," Michael has been an integral part of the US accounting scene for the last fifteen years. He has worked with many of the top CPA firms in the country through his tenure at Associated Accounting Firms International, and Moore Stephens North America, two of the largest associations of independent accounting firms in North America. Focusing on assisting accounting firms to run their businesses better, Michael has organized hundreds of conferences and participated in dozens of Task Forces on diverse topics ranging from management, marketing, technology, and human resources, to tax, audit and consulting services offered by CPA firms.

Michael brought the AccountingWEB system to the USA in July 1999 when he accepted the position as President and CEO. He continues to serve the profession in this capacity where he has taken on the cause of bringing the power of the Internet to the practice of Accounting.

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