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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 value chain systematic approach  deal with unexpected challenges. Financial value chain automation gives companies a competitive advantage the best implementers have 45 percent lower finance department costs than the average company. World-class finance automation results in a 50 percent productivity improvement in accounts receivable and payable processing. Methodology BusinessWeek Research Services (BWRS) launched a research program in spring 2007 to determine the views of finance executives concerning the implementation of finance Read More
Supply Chain Decisions - Make Sure You Understand the Dollars and Sense Part Two: The Impact on Real Costs
High-level strategic decisions often have multiple, cascading cost impacts. The reaction of the costs to changes in the supply chain system is not predictable

financial value chain systematic approach  decisions on their company''s financial performance, no matter which function or manager is making those decisions. Start with a Pilot The initial investment for establishing this type of a systematic decision infrastructure does not have to be a board level decision. Choose a business challenge that has a significant impact on the supply chain that can be achieved in a short period of time. Prove the value with a pilot project, and then expand to solve other business problems. Summary Companies make Read More
Discovering and Creating Value in Procurement through Continuous Assessment and Innovation
Improvement is not simply an idea: it is a process. And processes without frameworks are recipes for underachievement, or worse, chaos. For this reason, value

financial value chain systematic approach  results in a firm''s financial results. The procurement function''s scope is not limited to purchasing, but covers the entire process, from source determination until the material reaches the required destination. Structured frameworks help in improving the operational efficiency of the procurement function by giving an understanding of the needs for improvement. The key features of structured frameworks lie in their defining characteristics: they are step-by-step processes (meaning that they are Read More
The (Underappreciated) Value of B2B Pricing Software
Conventional wisdom would suggest that pricing, as a key component of a business’s financial performance, is a critically important discipline within any

financial value chain systematic approach  officer (CPO) or chief financial officer (CFO) Useful qualitative and quantitative pricing data Without evidence of clear business value clearly articulated by pricing software companies, some businesses may elect to improve their pricing processes through solutions obtained from their existing enterprise software providers, whose solutions are designed principally to address one or more functional areas other than pricing. These enterprise solutions may appeal to customers that wish to limit the number Read More
Supply Chain Decisions - Make Sure You Understand the Dollars and Sense
Companies make decisions about their supply chains every day. But do they really understand the impact of their decisions on the P&L, Balance Sheet, and key

financial value chain systematic approach  scenarios that produce reliable financial outcomes and are based on real-life business constraints. This changes the decision-making from a purely gut-feel or experience-driven approach to a structured, standardize, unbiased and systematic approach. This approach can lead to scenarios not previously conceived of, for example options that are valuable but may be counterintuitive or politically unpopular. Cost modeling and optimization expands the value of the supply chain model from simply validating Read More
Symix Launches eSyte Supply Chain
Symix Systems, Inc. recently announced an addition to its e-business application suite, eSyte Supply Chain. It offers multi-site capacity and material planning

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The Elusive Goal of Supply Chain Visibility
Visibility continues to take center stage among many supply chain issues—as it has for more than a few years and is likely to for the foreseeable future. But

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Financial ISV Partnership
Increasingly complex financial instruments, a global customer base, and a more stringent regulatory environment are making financial services companies more

financial value chain systematic approach  ISV Partnership Increasingly complex financial instruments, a global customer base, and a more stringent regulatory environment are making financial services companies more dependent on cutting-edge software products to maintain their lead in the markets. This white paper discusses the ways for financial services companies to create a strategic partnership with a specialist service provider to provide a more complete product. Read More
Acumatica Financial Management Suite
The Acumatica Financial Suite includes a core set of applications that almost every organization uses, including general ledger, cash management, accounts

financial value chain systematic approach  Financial Management Suite The Acumatica Financial Suite includes a core set of applications that almost every organization uses, including general ledger, cash management, accounts receivable, accounts payable, tax management, and other functionality. Acumatica financials are designed for companies with complex requirements, but are easy to use in smaller organizations. The modules in the Financial Suite are integrated with each other and also with the other Acumatica suites. Read More
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Supply chain management (SCM) systems are used to coordinate the movement of products and services from suppliers to customers (including manufacturers

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Financial Fusion ~ E-Finance Wireless Leader?
Financial Fusion’s expands e-finance possibilities. From this point forward a client can bank anytime, anywhere, without limitation. (Of course your cell phone

financial value chain systematic approach  rapidly emerging wireless marketplace, Financial Fusion, Inc. announced the formation of its new Web and Wireless Division along with the launch of its patent-pending Total Wireless product family - available for immediate implementation. Financial Fusion''s focus on wireless technology will allow financial institutions to provide consumers and small businesses with seamless access to important financial information. Consumers can conduct time-sensitive financial transactions such as funds transfer, bill Read More
The 2011 Buyer''s Guide to Accounting and Financial Software
Too often, finance professionals must contend with outdated financial and accounting systems that present spiraling overhead costs, functional limitations, and

financial value chain systematic approach  Guide to Accounting and Financial Software Too often, finance professionals must contend with outdated financial and accounting systems that present spiraling overhead costs, functional limitations, and unnecessary risks. And that makes it challenging for them to respond to complex business issues such as frequent regulatory change and increased compliance challenges--as well as requirements for visibility across multiple entities, currencies, and tax and regulatory frameworks. Download this buyer guide 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 value chain systematic approach  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
Optimizing The Supply Chain Network And Reducing Distribution Costs - An Andersen Point Of View
The objective of supply chain logistics - to provide goods to the right place at the right time in the right quantity - is easy to understand, but achieving

financial value chain systematic approach  The Supply Chain Network And Reducing Distribution Costs - An Andersen Point Of View Introduction    The objective of supply chain logistics - to provide goods to the right place at the right time in the right quantity - is easy to understand, but achieving this objective while minimizing costs is not an easy task. Each decision made at one level of the supply chain has an impact on another level. The goal of conducting a network analysis is to determine: From how many facilities, which ones Read More

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