PLEASANTON, Calif.— December 19, 2008 — If it’s taking your company more than a week to close its books each month or quarter, you should start looking for ways to speed up the process. There are two main sources of value from a “Fast Clean Close” (one that achieves both speed and accuracy). One is effectiveness: performance data – the “actuals” – gets into the hands of executives and managers sooner, making the information that much more actionable. The other is efficiency. Better design and...
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PLEASANTON, Calif.— December 16, 2008 — Organizations are now closely examining the methods to fully optimize the value of workforces by using analytics and information for which greater insight to reach business-related goals and objectives can be achieved. But what precisely are these analytics and how do companies know where to develop the competencies and best practices when it comes to the business intelligence required to develop and support them?
PLEASANTON, Calif.— December 10, 2008 — “Financial performance management” is commonly defined as the set of strategic and operational processes by which organizations manage finance-related goals and objectives and fulfill their business responsibility. But what precisely are these processes and how do companies know they are using best practices when it comes to the information and technology they use to support them?