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Outlook of IT in 2022: A Q&A with Lisa Strydom, Senior Manager at Veeam Software

As South Africa battles a fourth wave of Covid-19 infections, all eyes are on how businesses will steady the ship and continue to prepare themselves for future shocks and disruptions. This, coupled with a global surge in cyber-attacks, means that digital transformation and acceleration remain as relevant and important, if not more so than ever.  …

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Creating a Better Client Experience Through AI

Clients want a better billing experience. With AI-powered billing, you have the ability to make that billing experience delightful rather than dreadful – yes, delightful. In the process, you’ll measurably improve your practice’s financial health. Read more here.

Machine learning in accounting and what it means for business

If you’ve ever messaged an online chatbot or asked Alexa a question, you’ve used machine learning. But do you know how machine learning in accounting can make a startup or small business’s processes more accurate and efficient? By using Machine Learning-powered software, your finance team can apply these technologies to a range of processes, including: …

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 Embracing the AI wave

Firms that seek to remain a step ahead would be wise to reckon with AI today, no matter the scale on which they are able to do so. In order to do that though, it’s important to take pauses in the business to lift up at a higher level and determine the best path forward. …

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