RegulationAccounting StandardsInsider Business Club: Enterprise IQ

Insider Business Club: Enterprise IQ

How can FDs and financial managers to share information they hold within their organisation?

How can businesses collate the intellectual knowledge they hold within their
organisation? How can it be transferred into a format that enables finance
directors and other senior financial managers to share the information? And how
can businesses get the most out of the information. This session will look at
structured techniques – business intelligence, CRM and ERP software – and
unstructured ones, including informal, internal communication.

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