More organizations are treating their finance teams as a strategic asset to realize growth, rather than an obligation.

Better FP&A requires a bottom-up approach

More organizations are treating their finance teams as a strategic asset to realize growth, rather than an obligation.
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New CFO ‘Starts from Scratch’ in Bid to Quintuple Company’s Size

Jewelry company Betteridge had a dysfunctional finance operation…
One recent study found that employees in an office setting were more productive and generally healthier when they took frequent breaks to walk around, rather than sitting for most of the work day.

Common misconceptions about workplace productivity

Finance and accounting professionals shouldn't focus on working harder, but on working smarter, to see the results they are looking for.

Accounting, Financial Salaries Rise Along With Austin-Area Economy

Salaries at Austin-area accounting and financial services firms…

Consero Global Strengthens East Coast Presence with Starting11 Acquisition

Consero Global, Inc., a Finance & Administration (F&A)…

Consero Named Finalist for ACG Central Texas 2014 Growth Award

The ACG Growth Awards is an annual event that honors market-leading companies who make Central Texas the thriving business community that it is. These companies made their mark with sustained growth and financial performance in the four categories below. Consero was proud to be one of three finalists in the category: Annual Revenue Up to $25M Headquartered in Austin. Congratulations to The New Office for their accomplishments in 2014 and beyond.

Finance and Accounting Outsourcing Expected to Increase in 2010

A new report from global consulting and research firm Everest indicates that the Finance and Accounting Outsourcing (FAO) market in 2010 is expected to resume a growth trajectory more similar to pre-recessionary levels, moving towards 20 percent and reach nearly $3.7 million in annual contract volume (ACV).

Slouching Toward Recovery

CFOs see several positive economic signs, but employment isn't one of them. At last, some good news. For the first time in more than a year, finance chiefs expect double-digit growth in earnings and significant growth in capital spending over the next 12 months, according to this quarter's Duke University/CFO Magazine Global Business Outlook Survey. Finance executives also plan to loosen the reins on spending for technology, research-and-development, and marketing and advertising.

Issuance Of Corporate Lines Of Credit Sinks To Its Lowest Level Since 1993

Vincent Ryan, | US
 January 15, 2010 New issuance of syndicated, revolving lines of credit dropped 28% by dollar volume in 2009, according to data from Reuters Loan Pricing, as companies shifted their sources of liquidity and reduced reliance on bank credit. The $547 billion in volume issued was one-third 2007's record issuance of $1.68 trillion, but the drop was less than 2008's fall of 55%.