Data – The World’s Biggest Business


March 19


11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Processors PA

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Add value to your organisation and CV by increasing your digital literacy in accounting. *Not suitable for students*

“The use of data is now the world’s biggest business.” The Economist 27 Oct 2020

Data analytics is revolutionising the way accountants and finance professionals add value to their clients and organisations.

Accountancy has always been focused on data, and the insights that can be gleaned from analytics. In today’s age the modern accountant has access to analytics tools and techniques that are advancing at a faster pace than at any time in the profession’s history.

This webinar, hosted by Dave Culley, explores why an understanding of data analytics is integral to an accountant’s professional development. In particular, this session will:

• Introduce concepts such as big data, machine learning and AI

• Demonstrate how these elements are currently being applied in accountancy

• Explore the benefits of new analytics tools in the industry

Who is this webinar for?

*Not suitable for students*

This interactive webinar is essential for anybody planning to have a career in accountancy or finance over the next decade and beyond. It requires no prior knowledge of technology or big data analytics.

We expect demand for these sessions to be high, so early booking is recommended.

About the presenter

This session will be led by, David Culley at BPP.

David Culley has 15 years’ experience delivering workshops and training in accountancy, business management, technology and personal development. During his career, David Culley has been responsible for programme design, authoring content and providing tuition both face-to-face and online.

With technical expertise that covers business strategy and management, financial management, business technology, corporate governance and ethics, David’s knowledge is founded on practical experience as a business leader, as well as memberships of the ACCA and the Institute of Leadership & Management. In addition, his current research areas include big data, Artificial Intelligence and the future of the accountancy profession.

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