Category: Xerocon SF

Rod Drury on what the collaboration economy means for tech

The proliferation of cloud technologies is bringing the world closer together. Connecting people and companies that were once rivals, on central platforms.
This network effect is establishing a new generation of company, one that chooses to collaborate in a coordinated ecosystem in order to innovate and give customers the best experience possible.

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How cloud accounting firms can build a successful recruiting strategy

Cloud accounting software like Xero is transforming the accounting hiring market.
Speaking at Xerocon San Francisco, accountingfly CEO, Jeff Phillips, said listings for remote positions on the company’s jobs board receive eight times more applicants than open positions at traditional firms.

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How cloud accounting is taking firms global

Borders no longer define the market accounting firms today do business in.
Marvin Galang arrived in the US from the Philippines in 2001 with $100 in his pocket.
After spending more than a decade in the accounting industry in the US and surviving many ups and downs, including the recession, he founded accounting firm Double Rule, LLC.

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