Join Karbon co-founders Stuart McLeod and Ian Vacin for a special webinar exploring the ultimate modern accounting tech stack. Drawing on first-hand experience selecting and integrating tools used by the Karbon team each day, and also working with some of the world's most progressive accounting firms, Stuart and Ian will discuss the possibilities for your accounting firm's tech stack in 2020.
You'll learn how to select the right tools for your firm and design your tech stack so that it is completely connected, streamlines data and built for automation. Most excitingly, you'll also get an exclusive glimpse into the Karbon roadmap and discover the the possibilities for your firm in the future.
Learn the advantages of an integrated tech stack and the best options to choose from
Find out what tools and technology the Karbon team use each day, with lessons that can be applied to your accounting firm
See an example tech stack used by an ultra-progressive accounting firm
Get an exclusive glimpse into the roadmap of Karbon, and how you will be able to run your accounting firm in the future
Be inspired with examples of apps you can connect to Karbon directly or via Zapier or API
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CEO & Co-Founder, Karbon
Stuart started his first business 11 years ago and has had many successful ventures, including Paycycle, founded in 2009, which he sold to Xero in 2011. He then built the global Xero Payroll team that delivers payroll software across the US, AU, UK and NZ markets. Stuart is now paving the way for smarter tools to improve how knowledge workers collaborate with their colleagues and look after their clients.
Chief Customer Officer, Karbon
Ian is passionate about helping businesses be as successful as possible in order to positively impact the small businesses they serve. With 25+ years' experience in technology & process improvement and 15+ years of leadership experience in the accounting industry at Karbon, Xero, and Intuit, Ian is a recognized expert, innovator, and teacher.