Accounting Technology | Amy Vetter Provides Insights
Looking to bring more mindfulness into your practice or business? Not sure why it matters? In this episode of Accounting Marketing Doesn’t Suck, host Hugh Duffy talks with CPA, yogi and technologist Amy Vetter about a variety of topics impacting small accounting firms and beyond. From her thoughts on the term “trusted advisor” to why knowing your purpose is crucial in client work, to the impact of AI and machine technology in firms, you won’t want to miss this!
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Amy Vetter is a CPA, Yogi and Technologist. She is the CEO of The B3 Method Institute, a corporate board member, and a transformative keynote speaker on Business, Balance & Bliss, the mindful use of technology, and the latest technology trends and their impact on financial professionals. Amy has authored two books, including Business, Balance & Bliss®: How the B3 Method Can Transform Your Career and Life. Her second book, Integrative Advisory Services: Expanding Your Accounting Services Beyond the Cloud, is published by Wiley. It is the CPA and accounting professional’s guide to the future of delivering advisory services to their stakeholders with the rise of technology-driven DIY financial services. Amy has been recognized repeatedly as one of the “Most Powerful Women in Accounting” by the AICPA and CPA Practice Advisor, and as a “Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting” by Accounting Today. Amy regularly shares her insights as a contributor to the AICPA’s Journal of Accountancy, Accounting Today, CPA Practice Advisor as well as Inc.com and Entrepreneur.com. Learn more at www.amyvetter.com and follow @AmyVetterCPA on social media.