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While the accounting software provider’s CEO has been pitted as taking a cautious approach to generative AI, the company’s vision for FY25 and beyond will put the tech front and centre.

The ATO is not the only regulator keeping a close eye on AI, both in its own compliance activities and in policing its use among Australian businesses.

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It is up to accountants to use AI tools often to reap their benefits, a technology strategist said.

Business leaders expect generative AI to revolutionise financial reporting, while auditors are being called upon to lead the transformation.

The remote work transformation has added greater complexity to payroll as accountants are asked to manage unprecedented regulatory and technical challenges.

Australian businesses are losing more than ever to ransomware attacks, both in downtime and payouts to those holding their business data hostage.

Contrary to suggestions that AI will serve only the largest companies with resources enough to capitalise on it, others claim the mid-market is uniquely positioned to adopt the new tech.

The new offering will automate journal entry anomaly detection and trend and insight analysis to tackle “ever-increasing volumes” of journal entry postings.

The nation’s consulting giants are often described as an oligopoly. According to a leading AI academic, their chokehold will only grow stronger as AI enters the mainstream.

Demonstrating its stated willingness to prosecute “riskier” cases, ASIC has lodged its notice of appeal of its landmark Federal Court crypto case loss handed down earlier this year.

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