The Real Cost of Invoicing: Metric of the Month
Invoicing can be an expensive process that involves intensive manual data entry, revisions, approvals, and bookkeeping.
Mature Tool Giant Plots Big Growth Push
Stanley Black & Decker has doubled its size multiple times in its CFO's 20 years at the company. Doing it again requires a different, higher-tech approach.
RPA Is Maturing but Still ‘Scratching the Surface’
More companies are looking into robotic process automation as the technology gets more sophisticated, says an ex-GE finance executive turned RPA evangelist.
How to Ensure ERP Software Implementations Succeed
Five key ways to avoid ERP failures, from a veteran expert witness in lawsuits over botched implementations.
Data Integrator Rides Surging Demand
The growing popularity of best-of-breed applications plays into the hands of data integrators like Talend.
Under Armour Discloses Hiccups in SAP Implementation
"The change management has been a little tougher than we expected," said CFO David Bergman.
Facing Competition, FinancialForce Taps Seasoned CFO
The ERP cloud provider names a Silicon Valley finance chief experienced in IPOs and spinoffs.
Grasping the Concepts and Benefits of Cloud ERP
Forward-thinking organizations have already grasped the concepts and benefits of cloud enterprise resource planning software.
Predictive Analytics: An Essential Tool for Today’s CFO
While no one can look into the future, a smart CFO can use predictive analytics to understand the market and use that insight to generate growth.
Metric of the Month: Number of General Accounting Employees
The best performers need just 4.8 full-time employees per $1 billion in revenue to perform the general accounting function.
How the Cloud is Unlocking the Predictive Power of Tax Data
Some of the sexier applications of the cloud are starting to emerge from the operational abyss.