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Financial Reporting—Who Needs It?
Solid financial reporting applications are as different from run-of-the-mill reporting tools as financial accountancy is from bookkeeping. Organizations routinely use common reporting tools for management accounting. But financial reporting applications can elaborate financial statements for external users, helping organizations to share information as necessary and comply with disclosure requirements. TEC analyst Jorge García discusses the benefits of financial reporting tools.

FINANCIAL NAVISION: Financial Reporting—Who Needs It? Financial Reporting—Who Needs It? Jorge García - June 14, 2011 Read Comments Solid financial reporting applications are as different from run-of-the-mill reporting tools as financial accountancy is from bookkeeping. Organizations routinely use common reporting tools to help with the technical processing of data (e.g., profit and loss reports, balance sheets, etc.) for the purpose of management accounting . And management can usually obtain whatever information they
6/14/2011 4:13:00 PM

Integrating Actuals into Financial Plans
Integrating actuals into the planning cycle is usually a zoo. Financial and operating results are spread across multiple databases. Actual results and plan details are at different levels. Lack of underlying volumes and rates makes meaningful causal analysis difficult. Discover financial planning and analysis software that lets you fully integrate actuals, and plan using driver-based planning and reporting.

FINANCIAL NAVISION: Integrating Actuals into Financial Plans Integrating Actuals into Financial Plans Source: Alight Document Type: White Paper Description: Integrating actuals into the planning cycle is usually a zoo. Financial and operating results are spread across multiple databases. Actual results and plan details are at different levels. Lack of underlying volumes and rates makes meaningful causal analysis difficult. Discover financial planning and analysis software that lets you fully integrate actuals, and plan using
3/23/2010 1:18:00 PM

Is Your Financial Transaction Secure?
The FDIC imposes IT integrity ratings on financial institutions. These ratings are known as URSIT ratings and are not disclosed to the public. There is no easy discernable way to know how safe your on-line transactions are.

FINANCIAL NAVISION: Is Your Financial Transaction Secure? Is Your Financial Transaction Secure? L. Taylor - October 6, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary You want to start doing on-line banking but you keep hearing about information security incidents that make you skeptical of the process. How do you know if your financial institution has done due diligence to protect your assets from wily hackers, cavalier administrators, and other information technology sepulchers? If a large sum of money disappeared from your account, and
10/6/1999

Standards for Financial Plans
Discover the standards for financial plans.You'll wonder how you ever managed without it.Free white papers Large companies can afford to develop their own budget and forecast systems, but for small businesses, there’s only one choice—the spreadsheet. But spreadsheet financial plans are all over the map—no rules, no procedures, no consistent formatting, and minimal GAAP accounting. This white paper proposes standards that can help entrepreneurs and small business owners create, format,and manage financial plans.

FINANCIAL NAVISION: Standards for Financial Plans Standards for Financial Plans Source: Alight Document Type: White Paper Description: Large companies can afford to develop their own budget and forecast systems, but for small businesses, there’s only one choice—the spreadsheet. But spreadsheet financial plans are all over the map—no rules, no procedures, no consistent formatting, and minimal GAAP accounting. This white paper proposes standards that can help entrepreneurs and small business owners create, format,and
3/23/2010 1:21:00 PM

The Best-of-class Financial Systems Strategy: An Alternative to ERP Platforms
This white paper features insight about the issues facing companies that need an adaptable financial system but not necessarily a full-blown enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. Also featured in this white paper: suggestions for identifying financial system functionality that will support your organization’s changing processes, and a descriptive checklist for soliciting such information.

FINANCIAL NAVISION: The Best-of-class Financial Systems Strategy: An Alternative to ERP Platforms The Best-of-class Financial Systems Strategy: An Alternative to ERP Platforms Source: UNIT4 Document Type: White Paper Description: This white paper features insight about the issues facing companies that need an adaptable financial system but not necessarily a full-blown enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. Also featured in this white paper: suggestions for identifying financial system functionality that will support
9/7/2012 2:09:00 PM

InterCompany Solution: Financial Transactions & Consolidation
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FINANCIAL NAVISION: InterCompany Solution: Financial Transactions & Consolidation InterCompany Solution: Financial Transactions & Consolidation Source: CitiXsys Technologies Pty Ltd Document Type: Brochure Description: ... InterCompany Solution: Financial Transactions & Consolidation style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: CitiXsys Technologies Pty Ltd Learn more about CitiXsys Technologies Pty Ltd Readers who downloaded this brochure also read these popular documents! Talent Management for Small
5/12/2010 4:31:00 PM

Building a Business Case for Next-generation Enterprise Financial Systems
The role of finance departments needs to shift from cost center and scorekeeper to that of key advisor to the business. That’s why you need to change processes to help employees work more efficiently on high-value analytical tasks. Implementing next-generation enterprise financial systems will help balance control, transaction processing, and decision support—as well as lower your total cost of ownership.

FINANCIAL NAVISION: Case for Next-generation Enterprise Financial Systems Building a Business Case for Next-generation Enterprise Financial Systems Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: The role of finance departments needs to shift from cost center and scorekeeper to that of key advisor to the business. That’s why you need to change processes to help employees work more efficiently on high-value analytical tasks. Implementing next-generation enterprise financial systems will help balance control,
9/17/2007 3:37:00 PM

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 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.

FINANCIAL NAVISION: Managing the Performance of Financial Trading Applications Time Is Money: Managing the Performance of Financial Trading Applications Source: NetQoS Document Type: White Paper Description: 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
6/17/2008 5:12:00 PM

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 industry have been forced to expand and reorganize their offerings around the customer rather than around products. This makes a perfect case for CRM, and leading vendors are enhancing their offerings to take advantage of the opportunities. Find out how Siebel, E.piphany, and Broadbase are staking their claim.

FINANCIAL NAVISION: Cash In On The Financial Services Industry CRM Vendors Cash In On The Financial Services Industry L. Talarico - November 2, 2000 Read Comments 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
11/2/2000

Block Unprecendented Assault on Your Customers Personal and Financial Data
Find out more in winning the pci compliance battle, a practical guide to pci compliance, including a comprehensive plan for the secure handling, pr...

FINANCIAL NAVISION: Your Customers Personal and Financial Data Block Unprecendented Assault on Your Customers Personal and Financial Data If some of the biggest names can get caught off guard, how can you prevent it from happening to you? Bank of America, Citigroup, Polo Ralph Lauren, Hotels.com, and CardSystems Solutions have all suffered negative publicity and financial losses due to a major data security breach. You can protect yourself—with the industry s easiest, most cost-effective and highly automated solution
12/29/2008

People or Resources: The Financial Sector in a Crossroads
People management tools have become necessary, particularly in an environment such as the financial sector, where resources have become global and people require more complex management solutions.

FINANCIAL NAVISION: People or Resources: The Financial Sector in a Crossroads People or Resources: The Financial Sector in a Crossroads Manuel Carneiro - May 3, 2005 Read Comments Introduction Ten years ago, in the mid-nineties, the financial sector faced four main challenges: market globalization, financial freedom, non-intermediation, and the importance of new technologies in business practices. Today, the first three challenges have been met, while the fourth is still being grappled with. The fourth challenge, technology,
5/3/2005


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