This 100-minute CPE self-study course will help you gain clarity on how to address common hurdles, resulting in increased value for PCR services.
NASBA Field of Study
Business Management and Organization
Profitable preparation, compilation and review (PCR) engagements are the result of a strong synergy between people, processes and systems.
Firms across the profession are overworking engagements and offering "one size fits all" client deliverables, resulting in lower profitability. Practice area leaders need to step back and evaluate the systems available to resolve these pitfalls, improve planning to accurately define scope, and deliver services fitting the client needs.
This 100 minute CPE self-study course will identify innovation in this practice area and provide clarity on how to address common hurdles, resulting in increased value for PCR services.
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