The start of 2019 had been all about the what-ifs on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and blockchains that are connected to cryptocurrency. It has been on the headlines for quite some time in the past few years, but it did not seem to “click” on people and in the industry. But today, people are smarter in investing in long-term opportunities in their financial aspect, and accounting professionals might want to know what these technologies are.
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The need to learn a new technology is a must for finance and accounting professionals is what companies—big or small—matters. Soon AI, the blockchain, cryptocurrency, and other new techs will be on the top consumption around the world.
However, adoption to new technology can be a practice for most businesses especially with small or medium-sized organizations since it is still growing. Hence, it is the best time to shape one’s culture, environment, and worker’s mindset.
Investing new technology in financing departments including professionals can increase cybersecurity compared to the traditional accounting way. It can also improve styles of decision making that will be more suitable for this generation. The strategy on doing such requires more research, study, and guidance from other experts.
The revolution on finance and technology may not be seen for now, but it will continue to evolve as time goes by. Accordingly, the opportunity for finance professionals has been higher this year compared to years back as we move forward to a world having technology do more roles than humans. This will also allow people in the organization to focus on other things such as advertisement, goals, and skills.
New technology might bring people to uncertainty, but experts still see it as an excellent opportunity to improve, learn and upgrade oneself. Finance and accounting professionals do not just work on the digits however also deal with a lot of data and information that needs more than only human tasks.