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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.

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: 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

Financial 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.

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: Implementation Talent Management for Small and Medium-size Businesses: Steer Your Business to Handle Change by Creating the Right Road Map for Your Talent Journey Create an Intelligent Analytics Strategy for Your Organization TEC 2013 CRM Buyer s Guide for Medium and Large Enterprises The Ten Commandments of BYOD Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information
3/4/2010 4:31:00 AM

Top CRM for Financial Services
To make your search easier, you can quickly and easily compare CRM software for financial services using TEC's patented software decision support s...

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: Top CRM for Financial Services Top CRM for Financial Services How do you handle the relentless pressure to produce results amid rabid competition and increased regulatory requirements? These are challenging times for financial services companies . One response within the financial services industry has been to beef up customer relationship management (CRM) processes. If your company is considering new CRM technology, finding the right system or upgrade can be a difficult task. To make your search easier,
11/3/2009

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.

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: not necessarily safer than smaller banks. One way to mitigate some risk is to ask your financial institution some key questions: Has a system and network security audit of their on-line websites been done? What outside third-party did the system and network security audit? What is the date that the last security audit was done? Are all financial transactions encrypted? Do they have a network security team? Doing on-line banking is clearly a risk. One needs to determine if the risk is worth the benefit
10/6/1999

Lotus Positions to Save Big Business
Lotus announced plans to produce knowledge management software that will help larger businesses become more competitive with smaller ones in the E-commerce marketplace.

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: Lotus Positions to Save Big Business Lotus Positions to Save Big Business D. Geller - October 26, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Lotus Development Corporation, a division of IBM (NYSE: IBM), has announced a forthcoming product that will serve as a knowledge manager for a company s Intranet, or for the Internet. Nicknamed Raven the product will provide a portal from which users can find information and applications on a given subject, locate experts on a particular subject, and organize tasks and
10/26/1999

Top Business Objectives When Adopting PLM
This PLM research note provides insight on the importance of business objectives when adopting PLM. This article presents research findings on business objectives to adopt PLM based on software selection projects and surveys conducted by TEC. Drawing and product documentation management, product collaboration, and engineering change management are the top priorities that PLM buyers have.

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: Top Business Objectives When Adopting PLM Top Business Objectives When Adopting PLM Kurt (Yu) Chen - February 4, 2010 Read Comments Although product lifecycle management (PLM) can help business organizations achieve a variety of goals, some benefits of adopting PLM are more frequently sought than others. Research focusing on business objectives that PLM users have in mind prior to evaluating specific PLM solutions demonstrates that drawing and product documentation management, product collaboration, and
2/4/2010 1:02:00 PM

CIO s New Guide to Business 24/7
Find out to capitalize on this limitless environment in The CIO s New Guide to Global IT Infrastructure.

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: CIO s New Guide to Business 24/7 CIO s New Guide to Business 24/7 How do you succeed in a business environment where time, distance, and place have lost their meaning? Where borders no longer exist, employees and stakeholders are scattered across the globe, and business runs 24/7? Companies everywhere are struggling to take advantage of these realities—to benefit their bottom lines. Find out to capitalize on this limitless environment in The CIO’s New Guide to Global IT Infrastructure . Learn how to:
8/30/2010 4:07:00 PM

Make Faster, Smarter Business Decisions
Find out how to get the information you needwhen you need itin the sap white paper how instant, accurate information can drive your competitive edge.

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: Make Faster, Smarter Business Decisions Make Faster, Smarter Business Decisions Most executives would agree that having reliable, timely, and accurate information is critical to making good business decisions . Relying on gut feeling and past experience—but with limited data—can only take you so far. To be more successful you need data that allows you to focus on the most profitable products, customers, and channels provide your people with the information they need to make faster, smarter decisions
5/5/2009

Business Strategy, Business Processes, and Business Systems
Business strategy, a road map telling us how the business plans to be successful, does not guarantee success. Strategy execution requires business processes that do what the strategy calls for--and do it well. In today's automated world, these business processes rely on business systems. Therefore, a direct link exists between the success of business strategy and business systems. Poor systems are a frequent reason for the failure of a business strategy.

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: Business Strategy, Business Processes, and Business Systems Business Strategy, Business Processes, and Business Systems Olin Thompson - July 31, 2004 Read Comments Introduction Business strategy is a road map telling us how the business plans to be successful. But the best strategy does not guarantee success. Strategy execution requires business processes that do what the strategy calls for—and do it well. In today s automated world, these business processes rely on business systems. Therefore, a direct
7/31/2004

Financial Times Insight: Business Growth
Financial Times Insight: Business Growth.Secure Documents and Other Package to Use In Your Dynamic System of Financial Times Insight: Business Growth. Even in tough economic times, innovative small-to-midsized companies can still find opportunities for growth. Technology and business software solutions like enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), customer relationship management (CRM), product lifecycle management (PLM), and supplier relationship management (SRM) can help your company ride out the global economic downturn. Find out how.

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: is a luxury a small business cannot afford. Most SMEs have few people to turn to for technology advice and this has led to an abundance of fear, uncertainty and doubt when buying IT. “This sorry state of affairs has been compounded, and in some cases encouraged, by an IT sector that has done the SME sector a disservice by downsizing enterprise applications for the SME market without addressing their need for less complexity.” SAP, however, one of the world’s largest software groups, has seen a
12/11/2008 10:39:00 AM

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 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.

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL: Employee Fraud within Financial Services Employee Fraud within Financial Services Source: Actimize Document Type: White Paper Description: 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
10/8/2007 5:08:00 PM


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