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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail
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The Renewed Finance Function: Extending Performance Management Beyond Finance
The role of the finance team has changed recently, due to increased oversight from regulators, more active investors, and company-specific changes in business

finance form  and stan- dardize critical finance processes not only help decrease costs and cycle times but pay additional dividends in the form of strengthened compliance and improved financial returns. Moreover, these benefits are being realized up and down the financial value chain, beyond core accounting and reporting, to encompass broader finan- cial management processes such as payables process- ing and cash management. From closing the books to straight-through payment processing, technology solu- tions are help

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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