Finance and accounting are some of the many areas that is beginning to see an influx of AI, machine learning, and upgraded technology to working practice.
Lachlan Grant CEO of Vital Addition, a leading Sydney-based outsourced CFO, Tax and financial advisory company
Lachlan Grant, the CEO of Vital Addition, a leading integrated accounting firm for entrepreneurs and fast-growing SMEs, based in Sydney, Australia joins Enterprise Radio.
Shoaib Aslam, the Co-Founder of Pearl Chartered Accountants, a UK-based chartered accountancy firm that has multiple locations across London joins Enterprise Radio.
Harvey Bezozi, a Certified Public Accountant & Certified Financial Planner and the Founder of Your Financial Wizard in Boca Raton, Florida joins joins Enterprise Radio.
Ben Currier, the President & Founder of ExcelExposure.com, a self-paced online video training program for Microsoft Excel which strives to make learning Excel easy and fun joins Enterprise Radio.
Jennifer Barnes, CEO at Optima Office that fills in the gaps in your accounting department, either by providing a complete accounting and finance team, or by integrating seamlessly with your internal accounting staff joins Enterprise Radio.
Maggie Koosa, CEO of The Alchemists, which is a financial advisory firm that specializes in working with business owners and entrepreneurs joins Enterprise Radio.
Louie Balasny, Managing Director at botkeeper that provides businesses with a powerful combination of skilled accountants and automated data entry through the use of machine learning and AI to automate their bookkeeping joins Enterprise Radio.
Tim Hoopmann the CEO and founder of Cornerstone, a bookkeeping business that specialises in streamlining the bookkeeping for SMBs through cloud service again joins Enterprise Radio to discuss what’s next for technology.
Tim Hoopmann the CEO and founder of Cornerstone, a bookkeeping business that specialises in streamlining the bookkeeping for SMBs through cloud service again joins Enterprise Radio to discuss paperless expense management.
Mark Fishman, a citizen from Los Angeles, with a tax reform proposal written from the perspective of the common man joins Enterprise Radio. Mr. Fishman says “it’s easy to understand, wrapped in fairness, and equalizes opportunities for everyone.