With adoption of cloud-based financials and corporate performance management (CPM)applications gaining speed, it appears that Finance executives have become more comfortable with the notion of trusting their sensitive financial data to cloud-based applications. In the CPMarena, budgeting & planning has been the front-runner in terms of cloud adoption but there’s increasing interest in cloud-based financial…
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Trusted Advisor is About the Work, Not the Title
Many accounting professionals believe they are THE trusted advisor the client comes to for advice and guidance on business financial matters.
When a service provider is in the business of selling computing resources – like bandwidth, processors and memory, and disk storage – it makes a lot of sense to also leverage the value of software products and systems which drive consumption of computing resources.
Self-help books and newspaper advice columns, such as the famous Ann Landers column, are prevalent for issues involving relationships, money, or etiquette. What if there were an advice column for CEOs?
A million things can go wrong when you deal with data or technology. Integrating business and technology requires ingenuity, discipline and fortitude. But most important is …
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) have issued their long-awaited converged standard on revenue recognition. The rule governs how and when revenues
Accounting does not show how value is created….
For big multinational insurance groups, like Allianz, Aviva, Aegon and Mapfre, that have their home office in the EU, Solvency II’s long reach
I’m a little concerned, and any professional in accounting and finance who works with small businesses should be just a little concerned, too. Why?