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Why smart CFOs are moving to the cloud

Why are smart CFOs turning to the cloud? This whitepaper focuses on three key benefits CFOs can gain by moving to the cloud: efficiency and cost savings; change and choice; flexibility.

Company: Infor | Published: 15 September 2014 | Business Area: Cloud Computing

Have you outgrown your accounting software: Stepping up to cloud computing

In the pursuit of growth, systems are often neglected. Designed for expanding businesses, this paper provides insights into whether your accounting system is still fit for purpose, what you can expect from a modern business system and the technology trends shaping the future of accounting software.

Company: FinancialForce.com | Published: 09 September 2014 | Business Area: Cloud Computing

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Cloud accounting evaluation guide 2014

The newest financial accounting solutions are powered by cloud technology, and the myriad of complementary technologies that are enabled and enhanced by cloud computing platforms. This Cloud evaluation guide studies the changing landscape for financial accounting software and the key implications.

Company: FinancialForce.com | Published: 20 August 2014 | Business Area: Cloud Computing

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Plan, budget, forecast: All in the cloud

With today’s dynamic market, plans, models and forecasts can’t be static. Does yours flex with business change? This paper studies how implementing a cloud Corporate Performance Management suite will enable your financial plan to be responsive to change.

Company: Adaptive Insights | Published: 11 August 2014 | Business Area: Cloud Computing

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DocuSign replaces Excel for budgeting, reporting and forecasting

DocuSign Software is the electronic signature cloud platform leader. Following rapid growth, the business needed to reduce its dependence on Excel spreadsheets for budgeting. This case study focuses on DocuSign's implementation of Adaptive Planning to enhance corporate performance management.

Company: Adaptive Insights | Published: 04 August 2014 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting

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Insite Private Cloud vs Public Cloud for SQL-based applications: An executive comparison

There is also a great deal of confusion as to what a Private Cloud can offer your company as definitions vary widely from company to company. So how does Insite’s Private Cloud compare to a Public Cloud? This whitepaper investigates.

Company: Insite | Published: 10 July 2014 | Business Area: Cloud Computing

Adaptive Consolidation: Powerful Financial Consolidation and Reporting - All in the cloud

Companies are moving faster than ever before – more business change, new geographies and new structures. To keep up, Finance needs to be more agile and efficient. This paper studies how your business can improve its consolidation process by utilising Adaptive's financial consolidation solution.

Company: Adaptive Insights | Published: 03 July 2014 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting

Modernise your business with Oracle ERP Cloud

Enterprise resource planning systems are the backbone of many organisations, helping them manage their accounting, procurement processes, projects and more throughout the enterprise. This paper outlines the key benefits of cloud based ERP suites in relation to modernising finance and reducing costs.

Company: Oracle | Published: 25 June 2014 | Business Area: Cloud Computing

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Phasing in value-based pricing

The new breed of cloud based accounting practices are increasingly moving to a value-based pricing model, which moves your practice away from the concept of a fixed, hourly rate towards a fee agreed in advance. This guide focuses on the steps you’ll need to take to change your pricing model.

Company: Xero | Published: 18 June 2014 | Business Area: Practice Management

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Be Part of the Cloud Network

More and more accountants are moving their practices lock, stock and barrel to the cloud. No longer are you confined to the four walls of your office – taking your business online means that you can work virtually anywhere you choose. This article studies two key advantages of cloud accounting.

Company: Sage Group Plc | Published: 11 June 2014 | Business Area: Cloud Computing

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