State societies on the high-tech edge

Scott, Robert W.
July 1997
Accounting Technology;Jul97, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p18
Trade Publication
Discusses the impact of information technology on state accounting associations in the United States. Change in the marketing of services; Member communication and interaction; Redefinition of the association's aims; Investment of financial and staff resources in infrastructures; Importance in being exemplars. INSETS: Massachusetts Society leaves print behind.;The Web challenges state society data.;Ohio tests CD-ROM solution to paper pile..


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