New Survey Investigates How Attitudes Toward "Going Digital" Can Help Shape the Future of the Production Office

ATLANTA, GEORGIA—June 18, 2018—While the digitization of many industries —and indeed, the world—continues at a rapid pace, the majority of productions continue to rely on inefficient and wasteful paper-and-pen solutions to track and manage finances. Is the entertainment industry finally ready to go digital? What are the obstacles? And what factors will drive this change? The National Association of Production Accountants has launched a new survey to unearth these answers, and more.

The survey will assess the current state of the entertainment industry—and gauge its readiness for digital transformation—by calling on producers, accountants, finance executives, and other key players.

Questions touch on a range of topics including software features that could potentially improve your current accounting platform, obstacles that prevent your production office from going fully digital, and ways in which using digital solutions could improve your production’s workflow.

NAPA believes that the findings of this survey will help to drive progress in the industry.

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Please note: This survey is for research purposes only. There will be no direct sales or promotions as a result of your participation. Your individual responses will be kept confidential and anonymous and reported in aggregate.