New Models in Financial Operations

Steve Siegel

New Models in Financial Operations

An AccountingWEB Workshop
Presented by: Steven Siegel and Chris Murphy of FiNetrics


An increasing number of businesses are turning to the Internet for solutions that will help them to quickly implement operational infrastructure and support their rapid growth. As a result, the traditionally fragmented financial service market will experience consolidation in order to provide these organizations with a one-stop-shop to meet all of a company's financial needs and best support its growth.

This AccountingWEB live workshop presentation provided new options that enable entrepreneurial companies and CPA firms to leverage business process outsourcing and the Internet to start, run, and grow their businesses.

Read the entire transcript of this informative workshop.

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