In this episode, Andrew Jordon talks about the regular cadence of accountants’ conversations with clients. He also discusses valuing advisors’ conversations with clients and how those firms which have been forced to go remote have managed, as well as the future of small accounting firms in a digital world.
Andrew Jordon is leading a Cambridge based tech start-up to empower accountants to develop personal, professional and productive online relationships.
They are 100% focused on enabling professional service firms to deliver a client-centric online service. They want to take this opportunity that remote working offers to better serve clients and customers.
Andrew was previously EMEA Director at Fathom, a B2B business advisory software company; Project lead for Advisable, an educational community for accountants globally; and once upon a time an accountant!
Andrew is a trustee at Prison Fellowship England and Wales and is a keen traveler and sportsman.