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Profit leaks within mid-market organisations across the UK are proving a huge cause for concern. This free guide from Access examines where profit leaks happen and how they can be stopped.
Company: Access UK | Published: 22 May 2013 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting
Previously, contract management at IT company Quintiq was mainly based on Excel. However, with rapid growth the situation would become untenable in two or three years' time. This article examines how Quintiq remodelled its administration and the key requirements addressed during software selection.
Company: Deltek | Published: 11 April 2013 | Business Area: Project Management
Spreadsheets are error-prone and unable to support the critical nature of important financial processes. Many companies have broken the spreadsheet habit, adopting packaged applications specifically designed for budgeting and forecasting. This article explains why.
Company: Prophix Software | Published: 02 April 2013 | Business Area: Budgeting
Prophix develops Corporate Performance Management (CPM) software that companies use primarily to manage processes in the finance department. This white paper explains what CPM is, how it offers value to companies, and clarifies the benefits that it can bring to finance departments.
Company: Prophix Software | Published: 25 March 2013 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting
Based in North Wales, Gardners are a leading practice of chartered accountants, with a wide client base ranging from sole traders to public limited companies. This case study looks at Gardners' use of new software and its impact upon electronic data management and recording the email audit trail.
Company: IRIS Accountancy Solutions | Published: 20 March 2013 | Business Area: Practice Management
What online services are accountants already providing their SME clients? What more do these clients want and when do they expect it to be available? Read a summary of our survey results to find out - some findings may shock you!
Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 06 March 2013 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting
Debtors are a fact of life for most businesses and inefficient collections can be costly for cash flow. Without cash flow, even profitable companies can struggle to fund growth and may even go out of business. This guide from Access explores eight steps you can take to reducing slow payers.
Company: Access UK | Published: 26 February 2013 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting
The Greenfield Group Limited is a UK based wholly-owned enterprise. Managing three separate global businesses on Excel spreadsheets became challenging for its finance team. This case study looks at how the business leveraged flexible new software to manage multiple currencies and improve budgeting.
Company: Adaptive Planning | Published: 12 December 2012 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting
The financial close process, from period-end to filing, is typically disjointed and frequently involves manual intervention. This process places a burden on staff and communications. This article looks at how firms can collaborate on financial consolidations and reduce risk.
Company: IBM | Published: 29 November 2012 | Business Area: Financial Reporting
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