Focus on growth: Building Financial Close Frameworks to Thrive in Any Scenario


Focus on growth: Building Financial Close Frameworks to Thrive in Any Scenario


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In this upcoming interactive session, you'll hear from experts at Trintech as they discuss the challenges facing Finance Organisations and how these can be quickly and practically addressed through automation.

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Delivering the right information in the right format, at the right time is a key requirement in today’s volatile business environment.

Trustworthy and accurate financial statements lay the groundwork for demand forecasting, predict cash flow fluctuations, resource usage and overall financial health. Yet, it is something many organisations still struggle with due to their reliance on spreadsheets and legacy reporting tools.

Other times, these crucial tasks get pushed aside by important, yet basic, financial processing tasks.

When something goes wrong – and it will at some point – more time is wasted fixing errors, mistakes and chasing status updates and explanations.

Finance organisations, often don’t have enough resources, human or otherwise, to spend on processes that could be automated.

Attend live to hear more about:

  1. How technology not only allows accountants to work together in a standardised, organised procedure, but also grants CFOs and Controllers the control and visibility into the close process.

  2. Easy-to-use and implement automation tools to consider.

  3. How to create short and long term strategies to build a more resilient organisation.

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