Cloud-based accounting technology continues to evolve into an attractive idea for Finance. But there are a few reasons why you may want to put the breaks on making the switch.
Are you ready for what lies ahead for CFOs? A new survey outlines some of the biggest issues CFOs will face in the future, and the skills they’ll need to handle those issues.
Before you even start to narrow the field of software vendors, be sure you’ve covered these bases.
Whatever level of automation your Accounts Payable department is at, there are still basic invoice-processing principles most staffers need to follow.
You know how dangerous a break-in to your database could be to your bottom line, so you’re always looking to protect yourself from outside attacks. That strategy could backfire.
Whether you’re trying to get Finance staffers to do more with less, or working to get more of your own critical tasks completed, productivity is key.
Few processes are as important to Finance as closing the books. But are you getting your tasks done as quickly as possible?
Trying to cut your organization’s energy costs? Here’s a way to leverage your firm’s in-house expertise to get things done.
Savvy Finance folks have known about “demand response” for years to cut electricity costs. Now there’s a new Smart Grid technology that makes the process easier: Automated demand response (ADR).
With all the buzz surrounding A/P automation, you may be surprised by what companies that actually made the switch had to say about the results.
It’s no one’s favorite job, but accounts need to be reconciled, and Finance has to do it.
There’s no shortage of outlandish expense report claims for U.S. businesses. In fact, this year’s expenses are even bolder and more bizarre than we’ve seen in the past.
When it comes to automation, what ranks highest for your departments?
Travel and entertainment expenses have long been a sore spot for companies of all sizes. Guest poster Robert Neveu of Certify offers a look at how to develop organization-wide guidelines — and make them stick.
Christmas is more than a month away, but any Finance department looking to prune paper from its A/P process has just been handed a major gift to help in that quest.
Chances are your company has done an audit recently of energy and water consumption. From there, you can use data analysis to zero in on opportunities to save — and there are plenty.
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