Fit for an Intranet

Cohn, Michael
November 1997
Accounting Technology;Nov97, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p36
Trade Publication
Discusses how accounting firms are benefitting from establishing their own intranets. Provision of access to firmwide information, practice management data and relevant technologies; Enhancement of firmwide communication and creation of core efficiencies; Emergence of an opportunity for intranet consulting for accounting firms; Prospects for data mining and document management.


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