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The past decade has produced many great tech products for accountants. Although most of the tools focus on ways to do work efficiently, none have changed the way accountants communicate, manage workflow, or lead their teams. The team at Karbon is disrupting the way accountants think about their task management by giving them tools to communicate effectively, prioritize work, and bring all their core offerings together in one place.
   
Core Features – 34/35

    Karbon’s tagline “task management for accountants,” summarizes their goal well, but their vision is bigger than task management alone.   Read more

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Thriveal Tech Review ProfitcentsThere is a growing disconnect between accountants and their clients. Accountants generally provide great data on a company’s historical performance while today’s business owners crave more forward-focused advice to ensure their day to day decisions propel their businesses forward.

ProfitCents seeks to solve this problem by offering accountants an easy means to create narrative financial health reports, projections, and industry-specific trends and ratio benchmarks for their clients. It enables accountants to provide relevant, timely information to business owners on their companies’ performance, which creates data-driven, forward-focused conversations. Read more

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Jason BlumerLet me walk you through a brief history of accounting technology.  As we review the past, we can hopefully extrapolate where the future of accounting technology is leading the professional accountant.

Humble Beginnings

Our journey begins with Intuit, the maker of QuickBooks.  Intuit’s founder, Scott Cook, realized that personal computers would replace manual bookkeeping and began Intuit back in 1983 with Tom Proulx. Since their IPO in 1993, Intuit’s QuickBooks product has enjoyed a huge market share of the small business accounting market.  From the desktop version eventually came the QuickBooks Online Version, until they claimed a 94.2% market share in 2008 (according to an Intuit press release). Read more

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Computer and Technology, Software
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THRIVEal just wrapped up Software week and I think my brain is still hurting. We were able to see a demonstration of 8 different products in 5 days (May 14-18, 2012) and get a feel for the culture of each company. Each company has different strengths, weaknesses, target markets, and overall outlook on what accounting software should provide. I feel like I have more tools in my toolbelt to better blow my customer’s mind and match the software to their needs. It was an exciting week, to say the least!

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THRIVEal just wrapped up Software week and I think my brain is still hurting. We were able to see a demonstration of 8 different products in 5 days (May 14-18, 2012) and get a feel for the culture of each company. Each company has different strengths, weaknesses, target markets, and overall outlook on what accounting software should provide. I feel like I have more tools in my toolbelt to better blow my customer’s mind and match the software to their needs. It was an exciting week, to say the least!

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