by Gail Perry Several larger accounting firms, led by Big Four firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, are finding that a relatively new technology has put them on the cutting edge of staff collaboration.
And while collaboration software, such as Lotus Notes, has been around for more than a decade, there’s a new kid on the block that’s sure to shake up the way auditors share information when working in the field.
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