In the February 19, 2016 issue of the San Francisco Business Times, focused on accounting and accounting firms, Forensic and Financial Consulting Services Partner Greg Regan offered his insights on how firms can expand beyond traditional services and offer increased value to their clients. Commenting on Hemming Morse’s recognition of the need for increased data analytics capabilities, Regan noted, “In the past, a big forensic accounting project might have involved the analysis of 1 million transactions. Now, with more computing power available to companies, such a project might involve analysis of 100 million transactions. It’s just not possible to analyze anywhere close to that. But computing power can filter documents down to a manageable amount.” The article also highlights services such as cybersecurity, consulting and robotics.
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