Top 5 CFO Must-Reads: Strategic Visibility and Performance Enhancement

Are business intelligence and enterprise performance management right for your company? Here's what you need to know when streamlining your business' finance functions.


This study from Aberdeen finds that enterprises that utilise spend analysis are able to achieve considerable gains across the scope of procurement performance. Studies show that 63% of organizations' finance teams are leveraging spend analysis.  >>Read more


2. Enterprise Performance Management for Finance: Optimize Financial Performance for a Competitive Edge
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This SAP white paper shows how CFOs can capitalize on the value of corporate data to mitigate the risk of restatements, improve budget cycle times, and align resources and execution with the organization’s goals.  >>Read more




3. The Business Value of Pervasive BI

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This Aberdeen report examines the business value of making access to business intelligence more pervasive across the enterprise.  >>Read more



4. Streamlining Your Conversion to IFRS: Challenges, Choices, and Transformative Technologies
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This SAP paper shows how organisations can use IFRS adoption as a chance to review and improve their financial consolidation and reporting systems, and enable rapid legal compliance.  >>Read more



5. Lean Business Intelligence: Why And How Enterprises Are Moving To Self- Service Business Intelligence

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In this study, Forrester researches and analyzes requirements and specific use cases for one type of controlled and managed self-service BI application.  >>Read more

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