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Managing Risk through Financial Processes: Embedding Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Initiatives to automate and streamline financial processes often focus more on reducing costs than adding value. Adding the kind of value you should have in

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Glossary of Enterprise Applications Terminology Part One: Accounts Payable Through Internet
As enterprise applications systems developed over time, a continuous stream of new terminology surfaced. This is a glossary of those terms.

financial processes accounts receivable  example inventory management and financials. A company''s total assets might include labor, tools, equipment, materials, and information. The goal of asset management is to optimize asset use and manage all maintenance efforts involved in making assets as reliable, accurate, and efficient as possible. A further crucial element in enterprise wide asset management is integration with financial, human resources, and purchasing functions, as well as production, material requirements planning, and enterprise Read More...
Will 2005 Validate Global Trade Management and Unify Financial and Physical Supply Chains?
The Internet opened the door for global trade. As the global trade management (GTM) space continues consolidating, market leadership belongs to companies that

financial processes accounts receivable  capital needs, and overall financial position. Importing and exporting have to be among the most labor-intensive, paper-heavy business activities, and the preparation of export, import, and border/duty clearance documents is no small feat for shippers and carriers. When one adds up all of the documentation that must be complied, including shipping and payment documents, advance shipment notices (ASN), licenses, certifications, and includes the inspections required by the exporter, importer, freight Read More...
Not Small Change: World-class Financial Automation Delivers Dramatic Benefits
Automating finance processes@such as closing the books, reporting, and other labor-intensive processes@reduces finance costs. By streamlining financial

financial processes accounts receivable  centers handle all the financial processes the subsidiaries had handled individually, including accounts receivable and payable processing. Organizational changes within Cardinal s finance team, including its transition to a financial shared-services model, have saved the company $10 million since 2005, savings that Cardinal is investing in technology and customer-friendly processes, Henderson says. This lift-and-shift of processes and people, as Henderson calls the move to shared-services centers, has Read More...
Comprehensive ERP and Financial Management for a Manufacturing Competitive Advantage
Manufacturers face a challenging environment with scarce credit, pricing pressures, and increasing costs. Critical to success is an enterprise resource planning

financial processes accounts receivable  Manufacturing Financials , Implement Financial Processes , Comprehensive Financial Reporting , Robust Financial Reporting , Regulatory and Compliance , Finance Accounting , Audit Finance . At a Glance   The manufacturing enterprise faces a challenging environment with scarce credit, pricing pressures, and increasing costs. Critical to success is a fully comprehensive Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution that aligns operations and production with finance to understand risk, allowing manufacturers Read More...
Employee Fraud within Financial Services
Financial service institutions spend thousands of dollars every year on securing their networks from external breaches, but often fail to think about possible

financial processes accounts receivable  Fraud within Financial Services Financial service institutions spend thousands of dollars every year on securing their networks from external breaches, but often fail to think about possible internal threats. Employee fraud has become a growing problem in the financial sector—one that many institutions are not fully prepared to handle. Implementing automated detection technologies, however, can be their first line of defense to eradicating this problem. Read More...
Risks of Using Excel as a Financial Planning Tool
Structured planning can make all the difference to your business’s growth. But are you using the right tools? Spreadsheets may not be meeting your financial

financial processes accounts receivable  Using Excel as a Financial Planning Tool Structured planning can make all the difference to your business’s growth. But are you using the right tools? Spreadsheets may not be meeting your financial management and budget planning needs. Find out the risks of using spreadsheets as a planning tool, and how enterprise performance management can help consolidate your departments’ financial information and budgets to give you real-time views of business performance. Read More...
Case Study: Financial Services Industry
The company is a financial services group with operations in banking, investment management and insurance. To maintain the profitability of its credit card

financial processes accounts receivable  Study: Financial Services Industry The company is a financial services group with operations in banking, investment management and insurance. To maintain the profitability of its credit card business, the company maintains vast amounts of customer information. However, its Excel­based tools lack functionality. Learn how a business intelligence (BI) solution can help the company increase its customer base and derive greater profits from existing customers. Read More...
Financial Excellence: Setting the Foundation for Business Success
To effectively track and forecast your company’s financial performance, you need up-to-date and reliable financial data. As your business grows and diversifies,

financial processes accounts receivable  and forecast your company’s financial performance, you need up-to-date and reliable financial data. As your business grows and diversifies, you need to maintain liquidity and manage cash flow and profits. Integration of your business transactions and operational data with financial data makes this possible, and helps you eliminate departmental silos and streamline your business operations. Read More...
Time Is Money: Managing the Performance of Financial Trading Applications
Financial services companies need the right solutions to manage the delivery of trading applications. But this challenge grows ever more complex, with

financial processes accounts receivable  Managing the Performance of Financial Trading Applications Financial services companies need the right solutions to manage the delivery of trading applications. But this challenge grows ever more complex, with regulatory initiatives forcing trading services to provide market access in a timely manner. Learn the issues involved in effectively managing the delivery of electronic trading applications and order management systems—and how to ensure consistent delivery for end users. Read More...
Case Study: A Financial Products Company


financial processes accounts receivable  Study: A Financial Products Company Read More...
Leverage Your Financial System to Enable Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance: An Evaluator’s Guide
When it comes to US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) compliance, the role of financial information systems simply cannot be overlooked. This was recently underscored by

financial processes accounts receivable  Your Financial System to Enable Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance: An Evaluator’s Guide When it comes to US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) compliance, the role of financial information systems simply cannot be overlooked. This was recently underscored by a study naming financial systems and procedures as the most common problem among companies disclosing material weaknesses. Indeed, this weakness has prompted organizations to take a deeper look at their business processes—and underlying financial systems. Read More...
Is Your Data Compliant? Electronic Recordkeeping Best Practices for the Financial Industry
Financial institutes are required to maintain and produce a variety of records related to their business activities, many of which exist in an electronic format

financial processes accounts receivable  Best Practices for the Financial Industry Financial institutes are required to maintain and produce a variety of records related to their business activities, many of which exist in an electronic format. In order to satisfy the increasing number of regulatory mandates around electronic data, organizations should assess their regulatory obligations and streamline efforts to capture, maintain, identify, and produce these records to regulators. This white paper offers ten steps to guide organizations Read More...
CRM Vendors Cash In On The Financial Services Industry
Last year’s deregulation of the financial services industry changed the competitive pressures on banks, brokerages, and insurance companies. Firms in this

financial processes accounts receivable  Cash In On The Financial Services Industry CRM Vendors Cash In On The Financial Services Industry L. Talarico - November 2, 2000 Event Summary The 1933 Glass-Steagal Act that prohibited the alliance of banks, securities firms, and insurance companies was repealed in November of 1999. Its repeal is creating opportunities for CRM vendors as well as for financial services firms. Competitive pressures over the past 11 months have forced financial services firms to broaden and reorganize their product Read More...

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