EPM Is No Longer Just for Finance…
New Self-Service Dashboards and Modeling Features Empower Everyone in the Organization
What Is Financial Reporting vs. Management Reporting?
Both financial reporting and management reporting play an important role in public as well as privately held companies.
Moving Financial Consolidation and Reporting to the Cloud – Webinar Recap
Ho-hum, another quarter-end close has passed. This process might seem routine, but how well is your monthly/quarterly close and reporting cycle working?
What Is Financial Reporting?
Financial reporting is the disclosure of financial results and related information to management and external stakeholders (e.g., investors, customers, regulators) about how a company is performing over a specific period of time.
How CFOs Can Lose Less Sleep Over Financial Reporting
It’s that time of year. Another quarter has ended, and it’s time for Finance to close the books, analyze the results, and do quarterly financial reporting for management and external stakeholders.
LT Apparel Accelerates Reporting and Planning with Host Analytics
LT Apparel may not be a household name, but its clothing lines are present in many households.
How to Reduce the Pain of Board Reporting
Timely and accurate board reporting is a critical need in any organization. However, many Finance departments struggle in pulling together the variety of data required – reports, charts, graphs, and textual commentary.
How EPM Software Unifies Planning, Modeling, Reporting and Analytics
Most finance professionals know that budgeting, planning, modeling, reporting, and analytics are all related business processes.
4 Risks in Relying on Excel for Financial Close and Reporting
Excel has been around since 1985. It was one of the first spreadsheets to use a graphical interface with pulldown menus and to have a point-and-click capability with a mouse.
Year-End Close and Reporting: What’s Behind the Numbers?
For finance and accounting professionals, there are three words in the English language that induce headaches and in some cases, outright panic: "year-end close."