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At Accountech Live Melbourne 2019, Staff Domain will be part of a panel that will shed light on the obstacles to offshoring; how to overcome them; and why technology is the key to a successful offshoring experience.
Join Assistant Professor of Accounting at Bond University, Tim Hasso; Founder of Staff Domain, Ben Rajah and ICT Specialist, Nick Vasilidis for valuable insights into offshoring from three unique perspectives.
Their insights come from a place of deep experience and in the case of Tim, extensive research. Tim recently completed a study on the offshoring of auditing in Australia, a project that was funded by CPA Australia. This body of work is a must read and shares the experiences and views of those firms, large and small, who have taken some or all of their auditing
Those who attend the offshoring panel session will learn about:
- The insights gained from research into accounting firms who offshore.
- The obstacles to managing staff in multiple locations.
- What you need to have in place to truly benefit from offshoring.
- The benefits of offshoring to small and medium accounting firms.
Still not convinced?
Read about our expert panelists below. It’s a session not to be missed – we look forward to seeing you there.
Tim Hasso, Assistant Professor of Accounting, Bond University.
Tim conducts research on accounting with a focus on corporate governance and the effect of
Ben Rajah, Founder & Director, Staff Domain
A qualified management accountant with 30 years of experience, Ben has worked for leading Australian brands
Nick Vasilidis, ICT Specialist
Nick is an ICT leader with over 17 years of experience in the field. He has worked with clients large and small to establish IT & telecommunication systems that enable productivity and scale. With today’s cloud technology, he has helped many