After the hype and hope of the boom in internet startups comes the reality. Businesses wanting to take a fresh and informed look at e-business solutions will find plenty of products, vendors and briefings – all aimed at providing solutions and filling the information gap.
Also on offer is a series of masterclasses tackling the real implementation issues facing today’s accountants.
The sessions have an e-business focus and will cover integrating finance systems, the role of the finance function in an e-business, electronic procurement strategies, sources of funding and online security.
Once again Softworld provides an opportunity for visitors to find out about the technology driving results.
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Softworld Accounting & Finance 4-5 October 2000 – NEC
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