How to Reduce Administrative Time for Every Member of the Firm
This event has been archived and is now available for on-demand viewing.
Join Darren and Mike as they explore ways to recover the vast amount of time lost spent on firm administration. Within this event, you will discover:
- Ways to recoup lost time through improved firm and task management
- How to increase productivity through integrated workflow
- Better methods of integrating firm administrative tasks
Program level: Basic (no prerequisites required).
Receive 1 hour of free CPE credit for participating in this live webcast.
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M. Darren Root, CPA.CITPDarren is the Executive Editor of CPA Practice Advisor, and remains in public practice as the principal of Root & Associates, LLC, in Bloomington, Indiana, and president of his consulting practice, RootWorks. He formerly served on the Board of the AICPA's CITP Credentials Committee and is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Indiana CPA Society. He speaks at dozens of professional organizations each year and frequently serves as a guest lecturer at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.
Michael Giardina serves as CEO of Office Tools Professional, which provides Practice Management software, conferences and the My Office Today web and print resources. He is the Chief Designer and Architect of their Practice Management software, currently in its thirteenth year. Previously, Michael owned his own tax practice, provided IT consulting to accounting firms and was employed by multiple tax accounting firms. Prior to this, he worked with CCH Computax for 10 years as a trainer and product specialist. Michael routinely speaks at Accounting & Tax Conferences as well as online seminars on the benefits of technology. Having personally worked with over 400 firms, he continues to consult on office efficiencies and new technologies to improve firm practice management. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from Metropolitan State College, Denver, Colorado.
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