An effective approach to digital finance means addressing privacy and productivity concerns alike.
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Best practices for driving digital finance in your back office

Changes to an organization's approach to digital finance, such as the implementation of finance as a service and outsourced accounting, can go a long way toward boosting the efficiency of the finance department.
It's become clear that when the right partner is chosen, the benefits of outsourced accounting can be significant.
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What are the benefits of outsourced accounting?

It's become clear that when the right partner is chosen, the benefits of outsourced accounting can be significant.
Making a corporate transformation possible requires connecting the right pieces.

3 tips to make a corporate turnaround possible

A forward-thinking strategy is only possible when the tools to enable that foresight are in capable hands.
Realizing efficient AP processes should be the first step toward F&A maturity.
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How much is accounts payable costing you?

Saving on accounts payable is only the first step in developing a mature finance function, and it's easier through modern outsourced accounting platforms.
How finance leaders and other executives can enable decision making ability.
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Why building an effective F&A department is so difficult

Finance chiefs must maintain a fresh perspective to keep themselves from getting caught in the weeds of bureaucracy, and that requires using the best tools at their disposal.
CFOs can't sell themselves short when choosing an F&A partner.
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F&A partners can add strategic value without draining time

When it comes to outsourced accounting and finance, the best of the best isn't always the household name.
Putting the right people and processes to work means making every investment count.
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CFOs can't do it alone - finance solutions for a new era

How can CFOs keep up with daily demands while also moving the needle on the business as a whole?
Reducing execution risk means setting a company on a path to achieve its plans for growth.
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You have a growth strategy - how do you execute it?

Reducing execution risk means setting a company on a path to achieve its plans for growth.
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Is finance adding value or just consuming time?

To drive a seed or growth-stage business forward, it's essential to adopt a forward-thinking finance strategy.

How Do You Keep Your Financial Team Aligned With Your Company’s Needs?

It’s a paradox. One moment you have your finance team aligned…

3 Reasons Why Financial Outsourcing Is on the Rise

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Top 3 Reasons Why Finance & Administration (F&A) Outsourcing Is on the Rise There is an upward trend of outsourcing in every area of business. This trend is supported by an overall improving economy and rising revenue in the human resource, finance and accounting, customer relations management and insurance sectors. All provide a large portion of BPO business.
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3 Moves That Don't Work in Fixing Finance and 1 New Approach That Does

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The noted American writer H.L. Mencken famously remarked that for every complex problem there is a solution that’s clear, simple … and wrong. If Mencken had been a CFO he might have observed that when it comes to improving the finance functions of small and midsize businesses, every complex challenge has a traditional solution that’s obvious, intuitive — and totally self-defeating. Here are three common challenges for SMB finance departments, and the traditional responses:

Outstanding Idea: Outsourcing Trade

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For today's corporations, the ground is shifting. Issues such as globalisation, business efficiency, increased specialisation and product innovation are percolating upwards in priority. And corporations are now focusing more intently than ever on profitability, working capital, cash flow, technology, risk management and investments.
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Finance and Accounting Outsourcing Expected to Increase in 2010

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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).