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  • Why Private Equity Firms Need Analytics

    Posted on: March 9, 2015

    M&A in the United States has finally reached pre-recession levels and is identified as the primary growth strategy in 2015. Deal value in the first three quarters of 2014 reached almost $1 trillion and the over 5,000 deals announced during the period are the highest on record according to a survey conducted by KPMG LLP

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  • Data Analytics: The New Normal for Shared Services in 2015

    Posted on: February 23, 2015

    “The principle of mining data from processes and systems is becoming the “new normal” for SSO operations” – SSON Last week we conducted a webinar hosted by FCIB discussing how analytics can be used in global finance operations and in shared services centers. We specifically discussed the application of analytics within the order-to-cash processes to

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  • Why Credit and Collections are moving to the Cloud

    Posted on: March 19, 2014

    Is the Cloud too risky for receivables management? Should I continue to wait for IT resources or should I take advantage of a modern cloud receivables management system and start delivering performance improvements? These are the questions on the minds of many finance executives focused on modernizing their AR function. One in five finance organizations

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  • How F&A Shared Services Can Change The Game with Analytics

    Posted on: January 14, 2014

    TRANSFORM. INNOVATE – these are the two words ringing in most finance departments these days. The role of CFO is rapidly changing to be the Catalyst for Change – a very strategic partner to the CEO and the Board in business planning and growth. So what does it mean to your F&A Shared Services? What

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  • 2013 – The Year of Living Dangerously

    Posted on: December 17, 2013

    In a recent webinar, Global Finance magazine called 2013, the Year of Living Dangerously. With IMF forecasting a meager 3.3% global GDP growth, the dragging uncertainty on US economic policies, Europe mired in debt and Asia slowing down, 2013 appears to be stormy as per many economic forecasts. Forecasting the economy may be tricky, but

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