www.voiceamericabusiness.com) Wednesday, May 9, at 4 p.m. Pacific Time.
In this show, Doug Sleeter will discuss the paradigm shifts in accounting technology and the effect these new paradigms will have on small business accounting and business process workflow. In the past few years, a new world has emerged that forces us to rethink our standard ways of working. Industry veteran Doug Sleeter will provide an overview of the accounting software solutions available today, with a focus on what’s wrong with the old world of desktop software, and why the new world of Web-based software and services is so compelling for small businesses.
Mr. Sleeter is the founder of The Sleeter Group, a national group of accounting software consultants who serve over 300,000 small and medium-sized businesses. He is the host of the Accounting Solutions Conference and the author of several books including the QuickBooks Consultant's Reference Guide, and the leading market college textbooks "QuickBooks Fundamentals and QuickBooks Complete." Learn more about The Sleeter Group at www.sleeter.com.
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About Joan Shumaker
Joan Shumaker is president and founder of Computer Training Resources Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia. She has been a small business owner for nearly 25 years, serving the computer software training, support, and consulting needs to hundreds of small businesses in Atlanta and across the country. About 12 years ago, Joan started providing QuickBooks consulting services, which includes setting up, reviewing, cleaning up QuickBooks company files, integrating appropriate software solutions with QuickBooks, and connecting clients with their technology and business partners. Joan holds a B.S. in Business Education from Bob Jones University and a M.Ed. in Adult Education Program Management with a concentration in Business Information Systems from Georgia State University. She is a Microsoft Office Specialist Master Instructor, an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, and a Sleeter Group Certified QuickBooks Consultant.