Last updated on January 16th, 2023

With innovative technologies permeating all over the world at a rapid pace, CPAs are increasingly implementing the latest technology in their day-to-day operations. Using mobile devices to access cloud-supported tools, applications and data is helping CPAs to deliver work more effectively and exchange information easily.

Top 5 Technologies that will Help a CPA Go Digital

These advanced technologies are allowing CPAs to offer solutions effectively to clients which in turn enable CPA firms to process its functions smoothly. These solutions can bring a dramatic transformation in the businesses virtually eliminating the need for a separate file room. Here are some of the emerging applications that are helping CPAs to enhance productivity;

1. Document Management Tools and Applications

The arrival of high-strength industrial scanners capable of scanning multiple-size of files as well as high volume of the same enables easy document management. Organizations’ need for fast transformation of manual documents to PDF or digital images is possible through these scanners. The emergence of portable easy-to-use mobile scanners helps in saving documents in various formats like spreadsheets, e-mail attachments, PDF, etc. merely with a single press of a button.

2. Cloud-based Solutions

Opting innovative technologies can help to make better-informed business decisions. Cloud-computing that is currently pervading the world of technology can help CPA firms to overcome the risk of data leakage and avoid significant investments in training, personnel, infrastructure, and software.

Accountants can create comprehensive reports and track expenses instantly by implementing cloud technology. Cloud-based solutions support real-time information management and support the organizations to enhance their business model capabilities.

3. CRM Integration with QuickBooks

Integrating CRM solution with QuickBooks enables secured visibility to the vendor as well as customer information whenever required.

The proper integration of CRM systems with QuickBooks helps to identify customer and clients queries and inquiries instantly while at the same time maintains sensitive accounting data easily. Report generation process can be automated and entire transaction data can be tracked quickly.

4. Emergence of Mobile Apps

The arrival of various mobile apps has made it possible to swiftly process the business data and to identify and analyze key indicators for better accounts management. Reconciling the business data, adding receipts, sending invoices and creating expense claims anywhere, anytime on your iPad, iPhone and smartphone is easily possible.

Create invoices instantly and claims expenses on your mobile device on the spot. Time can be effectively utilized for the business growth rather than operating accounting work comprehensively.

5. Arrival of Applications to Handle Big Data Effectively

An important characteristic of big business – ‘Big data’ encapsulates multiple data sets such as offline data, online data, and customer data. Big data analytics and associated technologies can help financial firms to gain competitive advantage and substantially overpower their industry peers.

Several components of big data processing such as storing, transforming, analyzing and gathering information forms an important part of the business world. Controlling transaction data effectively will help to run your business smoothly.


The integration of accounting with latest technologies can help CPAs to interact and exchange information in a better way with the employers and clients. The rapidly evolving and dynamic business environment can help to build a strong business. The barriers to geographical locations can break down and enhanced scalability, improved reliability and easy management of information can be ensured.

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