Four startups with an eye to the future
The 2020 Cohort is rich with innovation and new ideas. These four companies are ahead of the curve when it comes to automation, artificial intelligence and blockchain. They’re not only transforming their businesses, they are transforming our profession.
Startup Accelerator is more than funding –it’s strategy that helps drive product development as well as sales. Feel free to get to know our 2020 Cohort by viewing their videos and clicking on the links provided to view their web sites.
Investing in Innovation: AICPA/CPA.com 2020 Startup Accelerators
The Association (unified voice of AICPA & CIMA) and CPA.com launched a shark-tank style startup accelerator four years ago with a focus on FinTech and EdTech solutions. n this session, you will hear about trends in FinTech developments and see the 4 startup companies that make up the 2020 cohort. These solutions have a leading role in a diverse range of categories including: crypto-asset management, financial impacts of climate change, accounting task automation and cash flow management. 1 Free CPE
Get inspired to rethink how you can leverage emerging technologies to be ahead of mass adoption. Register for the Sept. 24th webinar today:
CPA.com (Registration # 108347) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its web site: www.nasbaregistry.org.
The Climate Service
Software as a service to help companies measure, manage and disclose climate-related financial risks.
To learn more about The Climate Service, click here
A “virtual analyst” that helps boost cash flow by using accounting data to find opportunities and anticipate problems before they happen.
To learn more about Tally Street, click here