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  • Finance Combines Opportunity with Necessity

    While spending on compliance will shift toward new technology investments, companies are equally focused on using this technology to improve core finance processes and to sharpen their view of business performance. January 17, 2006

  • Simplicity Is Golden

    Heeding customer demands, sellers of planning software aim to make their products easier to use. January 3, 2006

  • Who Should Lead Compliance?

    Regulatory compliance is an increasingly visible, data-intensive, and costly management function that requires collaboration among business units, IT, and finance functions. December 20, 2005

  • The Suite Lowdown

    Does Oracle's acquisition of Siebel signal the end for best-of-breed software? December 6, 2005

  • Intelligence Gets Smarter

    A burst of innovation has made business-intelligence software more relevant to day-to-day operations. November 15, 2005

  • An Ounce of Retention

    Nudged by regulators and litigators, companies are making new investments in electronic records management. November 9, 2005

  • Picture This

    Businesses produce tons of data on a daily basis. Making sense of that information is no small feat. November 1, 2005

  • Automation and Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance

    Companies that look to embed automated controls throughout their cross-enterprise business processes should enjoy the largest long-term benefits. October 18, 2005

  • The Desktop Has Two Faces

    Waste management? PC virtualization promises to max out corporate computing resources. October 5, 2005

  • Surprise Inside

    The software buried deep within business machines can be a tax saver. October 4, 2005

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