Ed Kless

Sage Advice Podcast: The Changing Nature of Teams in the Workplace

Sage Advice Podcast: The Changing Nature of Teams in the Workplace

Read my interview with Ed Kless on the Sage Advice Podcast. We talk about how my first career as a classical cellist was disrupted by automation, what drew me to accounting technology, and how teams in the accounting profession are increasingly becoming a mix of full-time employees, part-time employees, contractors, and outsourcing firms.

How Accounting Teams are Changing, and What to Do About It

How Accounting Teams are Changing, and What to Do About It

How accounting teams are changing, AI-powered robots just beat humans in a Stanford reading test, a scary new era of Slack accountants, the best gear for travel, surviving the open office, and how to increase sales by mastering the art of storytelling

Highlights from Accountex USA and Xerocon Melbourne

Highlights from Accountex USA and Xerocon Melbourne

My takeaways from Accountex USA 2017, why Xerocon is like Coachella for accountants, some big updates from Xero, Earth Class Mail adds a new check deposit service, dealing with the Cloud9 Realtime ransomware attack, mastering the "After Action Review" when doing value pricing, and more

Highlights from Accountex USA

Highlights from Accountex USA

Here are the highlights from my experience at Accountex USA 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts. Featuring Daymond John of Shark Tank fame, Randi Zuckerberg, former spokesperson for Facebook, and the most innovative accountants and bookkeepers in the profession today.

Trash That Timesheet

Trash That Timesheet

“Trashing the Timesheet” with Ron Baker, the “War on Excel”, Xero & PayPal play nice, Expensify automates with AI, Hubdoc & Fathom want to help with advisory, “Weeding” your client list, how to write about tax without being boring, and more

Cloud Accounting Weekly #10

Cloud Accounting Weekly #10

Abacus on the cutting edge with Slack, FloQast honored, QuickBooks features InvoiceSherpa, Xero disables FreshBooks integration, BofA starts Apple Pay withdrawals at ATMs, and more