Many organizations are dissatisfied with their annual budgeting process. Many even dread it. Yet most organizations continue to support the annual ritual.
Here are the tips that CFOs can use to take back control of their company’s T&E expenses:
Let’s think about this natural reaction some people may have when dealing with IR. There are two different barriers which prevent people from embracing IR: the hard barriers and the soft ones. The HARD barriers They are connected with the lack of knowledge of the IR framework (e.g. IR guiding principles or content elements) and…
Whatever the right solution is for the current Greek crisis, many observers believe that the problems could have been avoided if Greece had not joined the Euro in the first place.
The CFO is where the buck most often stops for IT spending. It matters how the finance group itself uses technology—and how technology changes finance.
Sales tax and VAT compliance is a big issue for business large or small.
…Based on this, 56% of respondents don’t feel that existing financial systems will meet future business and reporting requirements.
In Part I of Why T&E Should Matter to CFOs, the relevance of travel and entertainment (T&E) expense management to CFOs was established. In a nutshell: second only to payroll, T&E spend comprises the largest business expense for companies; ineffective T&E management negatively impacts all employees who travel on company business; and there are many…
veryone loves a rivalry, at least when it comes to sports teams.
Manufacturing, particularly custom manufacturing or ETO (engineering to order) is among those industry types that could benefit tremendously