Analytics and Big Data for Accountants
120 | TSCPA In Person Events | Basic | Scheduled
Analytics is the new force driving business. Tools have been created to measure program impacts and ROI, visualize data and business processes, and uncover the relationship between key performance indicators, many utilizing the unprecedented amount of data now flowing into organizations. In this course you will discuss leading-edge topics in analytics and finance in a session that is packed with useful tips and practical guidance that you can apply immediately.
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- Evidence-based techniques for finding or generating data, selecting key performance indicators and isolating program effects
- Relating data to return on investment, financial values and executive decision making
- Data sources including surveys, interviews, customer satisfaction, engagement and operational data
- Visualizing and presenting complex results
- Deal with major trends in predictive analytics, optimization, correlation of metrics and big data
- Interpret and manage new trends in analytics techniques affecting your organization
- Utilize new tools for data analytics
- Critically interpret analytic reports and advise decision makers
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Curtis Quickel, CPA, MBA
Curtis Quickel is an individual practitioner in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Before establishing his own practice, he worked several years in industry as a corporate controller.
As a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the U.S. Army Reserves, he taught courses at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. He also completed three combat tours in Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan.
He is a past president of the Central Chapter of the Arkansas Society of CPAs and Past Chairman of the Industry and Commerce Committee. Curt is a past recipient of the Arkansas Society of CPAs Outstanding CPA in Government Award. He has been a Continuing Professional Education discussion leader since 1998.Back to Facilitators