Seen at Convergence 2013
A selection of the various partners and personalities we experienced at the recent Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2013 user and partner event.
Microsoft Convergence 2013 drew over 11,000 users and partners from around the globe to New Orleans, where the company boasted its cloud, social and mobile leanings.
Keynote address by Microsoft Business Solutions group president Kirill Tatarinov
Wayne Morris, co-keynote presenter corporate vice president, MBS marketing
James Bowman, Jr. President and CEO of Microsoft Dynamics Master VAR SBS Group
Bryan Wiggins and Pascal Van Dooren, Avalara
Chris Gryskiewicz and Steve Templeton, Templeton & Co.
Jessica Balfour and Sean Gross, CCH
Skip Reardon and Stijn Hendrikse, Acumatica
Attendees peruse the show floor, filled with reseller, ISV and add-on partners
The steps businesses should take to protect against a credit card breach, according to the AICPA
Tell-tale indicators that your rock stars are eyeing the door
The most influential people in the field of accounting, as chosen by their peers.
Accounting Principalsí list shows where your next job should be
Productivity can be a big problem, even at major accounting and tax firms and other types of businesses. Employers recently shared some real-life examples with the staffing company CareerBuilders of some of the more unusual things they've seen employees doing when they should have been busy working:
Rising education costs mean clients canít pass these up
Critical challenges facing Americans and their advisors
Big thoughts under blue skies
BKR International hosted a panel of some of the best accounting marketers in the country in conjunction with the Association for Accounting Marketing Annual Summit in Austin, Texas. Putting their smart brains together, they agreed on 10 best practices for building the reputation and visibility of accounting firms in a high technology, but still high touch industry.
When it comes to day-to-day projects, some workers at accounting firms and other types of businesses feel assignments from the boss fall outside of their job description. Workers provided the following real-life examples to CareerBuilder of the most unusual requests they received from their bosses.