Automating client onboarding with Practice Ignition and Karbon

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Discover how you can integrate Practice Ignition and Karbon to create a seamless client onboarding process, automate key steps, and free your team to focus on the high-value activities—without any wasted time or the risk of forgotten tasks.

Richard Snell (Karbon) and Ethan Cooney (Practice Ignition) will outline how your workflow can be triggered the moment a client accepts their proposal.

Steph Hinds (Growthwise) will also be on-hand to share how her team uses the two apps together every day, the benefits they have seen, and some client onboarding best practice tips of her own.

Register to learn:

  • How the Karbon + Practice Ignition integration works

  • Steps to map services in Practice Ignition with templates in Karbon

  • The magic of triggering workflows the moment a client accepts their proposal

  • The impact this has had on efficiency and client experience at Growthwise

  • Client onboarding best practices

There will also be a live Q&A session where you can have all your questions answered.

If you cannot attend at this time, register to receive a recording.

Steph Hinds

Head Ninja, Growthwise

Steph is the founder of Growthwise, a Newcastle-based accounting firm. She is on a mission to help accountants collaborate, challenge and learn from each other to shape the future of the accounting industry.

Richard Snell

Director of Sales, Asia-Pacific, Karbon

Richard brings almost 20 years of leadership experience working for SaaS companies in the accounting industry including MYOB, QuickFee and Wolters Kluwer. He has a proven record of helping accounting firms leverage technology to grow and improve their business.

Ethan Cooney

Partnerships & Business Development, Practice Ignition

Ethan is passionate about people, and a total advocate for technology. He loves helping businesses create efficiencies and work more productively. On the weekends, you'll find him catching a wave, climbing a mountain or enjoying a cold drip coffee at his local cafe.