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Insider Business Club: Whose numbers can you trust

Despite often substantial investment in systems, the production of management information and subsequent reconciliation continues to cause pain for finance teams and business units alike.

Advice for finance directors

The promise of the nineties that mega ERP, CRM and executive information
systems would deliver information integration failed to materialise and
companies continue to battle to identify a single and accurate source of
financial information.

The challenge for finance remains to prove your numbers are more accurate
than those of your colleagues.

In this session we looked at how leading organisations are addressing the
validity of financial management information, the associated control of key
financial processes – such as planning, budgeting and forecasting and management
information production – to increase accuracy and timeliness.

Click
here
to listen to our experts discuss these issues (broadcast on
16/4/08).

(Note: registration may be required)

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