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Accountants Urged To Analyse Data Better More Meaningfully

Accountants and business leaders have been encouraged to move forward and continue to enhance technology and think outside the box. While speaking at the 2015 CPA Australia-Fiji Branch Congress, international
22 Aug 2015 10:58
Accountants Urged To Analyse Data Better More Meaningfully
Top executives including the Minister for Finance and acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum at the 2015 CPA Australia-Fiji Branch Congress at the Sheraton Fiji Resort on Denarau Island in Nadi. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

Accountants and business leaders have been encouraged to move forward and continue to enhance technology and think outside the box.

While speaking at the 2015 CPA Australia-Fiji Branch Congress, international speaker Paul Cameron, said: “One of the key things I think accountants actually do in business today has a lot to do with data.”

He said the accountants and business community should try and make themselves and their work meaningful.

“I believe all accountants time is right now, they can look at their data and analyse and predict a better future for the business based on their data.”

Mr Cameron addressed over 500 delegates, speaking on “Disruptive Technology in Business – Reading Never Sounded so Good”.

He is the CEO and founder of the ‘Book – Track app’. It is an app that provides a soundtrack to various situations in a story which is read through the app.

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