[IMGCAP(1)]Today we are witnessing the next step in the evolution of the accounting profession’s technology stack and the next battleground of differentiation -- the emergence of business intelligence as a way to leverage the valuable data that accountants collect every day in the ordinary course of business. 

What do I mean when I say business intelligence(BI)? In the accounting world, BI means automating the process of weeding through mountains of financial data to glean actionable insights, to help clients grow revenue and manage risk. Today, market leaders are using BI software to deliver real, demonstrable value to their clients.

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