Solving Sales and Finance in the Multicompany Enterprise

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A company with a global presence can easily face “double trouble” with regard to financial reporting. Each division needs to keep books, pay employees, manage accounts, and pay taxes in the currency of its region. But all accounts must be consolidated, which involves processes that can cause inaccuracies and use up valuable time. Find out how to more effectively close your books, and manage your disparate sales teams.

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