Search results - 17 articles

Real time reporting: next level performance reporting

Categories: All, Articles in English, Information Technology, Organization & People, Processes, Strategy, Transaction

By implementing real time reporting (RTR), companies can closely monitor their business processes. The article offers an in-depth understanding of the importance of real time reporting for the overall benefit of companies’ performance. It also describes the major difference between real time reporting and management reporting.

Publication date: 2009-04

Strategic performance enhancement using innovative causal modeling

Categories: All, Articles in English, Strategy, Transaction

Strategic management decisions can be made by aggregating complex networks of effects and interdependencies affecting their key performance indicators (KPI). Causal analysis has assumed the status of an invaluable business intelligence (BI) tool in strategic decision-making.

Publication date: 2009-01

Transaction integration “securing value”

Categories: Articles in English, Financial Services, Governance & Risk, Transaction

To get the best value from a merger or acquisition, CFOs need to ensure that they have robust post-merger integration systems, ready to roll out on day one. This case study provides key lessons learned for the finance function from a successful integration project.

Publication date: 2009-01

Performance provider scan

Categories: All, Articles in English, Strategy, Transaction

Companies across the board are spending more on indirect materials and services, which is impacting their bottom line. The article describes the ways in which companies can enforce strict control over indirect spending and thereby improve their procurement function.

Publication date: 2008-10

Working capital: improving the order-to-cash process

Categories: All, Articles in English, Information Technology, Transaction

Striking the right balance between maintaining and investing working capital has always been a challenge. Holding up too much working capital signals inefficiency; maintaining too little can threaten a company’s survival. This case study explores how companies can efficiently manage their working capital to not just survive, but to grow.

Publication date: 2008-10

The Chinese automotive industry – An industry overview and future challenges

Categories: Articles in English, Automotive, Strategy, Transaction

China’s automotive market is on the cusp of change. This article looks at the current state of China’s automotive industry and considers the challenges that Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) face in gaining a foothold in this industry.

Publication date: 2008-05

Post-merger integration: financial statement close aspect in Enel

Categories: Articles in English, Power & Utilities, Transaction

The success of any merger depends mainly on the integration of the companies involved. Once the merger is complete, the integration of activities can be properly planned and executed. When it came to its own integration, Enel SpA took the road less travelled. Read further to learn more.

Publication date: 2008-02

Revenue management at Deutsche Post DHL

Categories: Articles in English, Other industry sectors, Processes, Transaction

Revenue management holds the key to improving the financial performance of an organization. Read further to know how DHL efficiently managed their revenue.

Publication date: 2008-02

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