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Trends Around Commoditization

Posted By Administration, Thursday, July 02, 2015

Want to know what we were talking about two years ago?

Fees for regulated offerings are going to continue to have pressure, because it’s sequential and your clients think any trained monkey can do it. And with regulations it's getting harder and harder to be creative in this space – so you’ll continue to see a race to the bottom. So you’ve got to choose if you’re going to grow by market share or, true innovators in this space – and this is one of the reasons I love this conference, because I think Boomer works with some of the most innovative firms in the world – true innovators are going to be like margin squeezing ninjas. They’re going to figure out how to…

Economist and Futurist Rebecca Ryan summarizes trends associated with commoditization in the accounting industry in this one-minute excerpt from her keynote presentation “Is Your Firm Future Ready?” which was recorded in August 2013 at the Boomer Technologies Circles™ Summit in Kansas City. If interested, you can watch some of her other excerpts in these previous Think, Plan, Grow!™ posts:

We're super excited about the three keynote speakers coming to this year's Summit but don’t think that BTC Summit is a typical conference.  Summit is first and foremost a meeting time for several relatively smaller communities. They also share time for the keynote presentations, social events and the opportunity to collaborate with more than 30 of the biggest and brightest companies that offer help to public accounting firms.  Visit our 2015 BTC Summit webpage to see how easy it is to connect with some of the most influential people in public accounting.


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