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In the digital world, B2B transactions are constantly changing. The manner in which transactions are initiated and conducted have to improve as the pace of business moves faster every day.
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In my last post, I wrote about a PwC report entitled Blurred Lines that forecasts new market entrants and start-ups in financial services could attract more than $150 billion globally in investment during the next 3-5 years. As a...
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Four years ago the global CFO of Dun and Bradstreet issued a directive to his leadership team: “We need to change the perception, real or imagined, that finance is an impediment and barrier to sales growth, and we need...
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Cash application is the bane of existence for finance teams, especially those in the accounts receivable department who face this manual, error-prone, and time-consuming process firsthand.
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Whenever quarter end rolls through, so does the dreaded metrics headache. Pulling data from multiple sources, managing various spreadsheets, correcting inaccurate data, and creating reports can be a nightmare, especially if you do not have all of your ducks...
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We’re at mid-year mark for 2016. This is the time companies start reflecting on the last 6 months to see if the objectives they’ve set are on the right track. For the role of the CFO, this is very...
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