Technology, Transformation and the Future of Financial and Professional Services

June 07, 2018

Technology, Transformation and the Future of Financial and Professional Services

30 Minute Read

Canadian organizational leaders discuss how they are confronting change in MNP’s survey, Change and Technology in the Financial and Professional Services.

Change is all around and organizations must be prepared to adapt to a new world where technology on all levels is transforming how, where and when we do business.

MNP has surveyed Canadian business leaders in the financial and professional services, as well as across a range of industries, about challenges they face keeping pace with change. We compiled their candid responses in an in-depth report that offers insights on how entrepreneurs understand and benefit from this wave of transformation.

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To discuss transformation in your business, contact MNP at [email protected]

About MNP

MNP is a leading national accounting, tax and business consulting firm in Canada. For 60 years we’ve proudly served and responded to the needs of our clients in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Through partner-led engagements, we provide a collaborative, cost-effective approach to doing business and personalized strategies to help organizations succeed across the country and around the world.


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