Hot on the heels of Xerocon Auckland, we’re heading over to London next week for the biggest accounting show in Europe.
Accountex runs from 13th – 14th May at London’s Excel Arena where more than 6,000 visitors are expected. The agenda is jam packed with seminars from some of the accounting industry’s leading minds, plus, workshops, product launches, and more.
This will be our second year exhibiting at the show and with the UK one of our fastest growing markets, it’s one of our priorities. Accountex gives us a great stage to meet up with accountants, bookkeepers and business advisors from all regions of the country and hear firsthand what accountants and their clients need to run their businesses smarter, faster, better.
This year, the event is all about how accountants can gain a competitive edge in a crowded market. The focus here is of course the cloud and using web-based technologies to help them and their clients become more efficient with their time and resources, reducing the time spent on operational admin and making more time for strategic business initiatives that deliver growth and profitability.
As such, it’s a perfect invitation to show off Deputy’s cloud-based productivity and efficiency features and how you can use Deputy to help control labour costs and achieve greater staff utilisation. We will of course be showcasing the new Deputy app for the Apple Watch as well.
While we’re at the show, we will be looking out for our many friends, including @spotlightrep, @CrunchBoards, @Xero, @ReceiptBank,@QuickBooks, @WorkflowMax, @AddMass and to catch up on their latest product and service offerings for accountants in practice.
So, if you’re planning to go to Accountex this year, then please come and say hi. We’re on stand A692 and we’ll have lots of goodies to give away along with some really nice demos of Deputy’s efficiency and productivity features.
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