Finance

Just like business is changing, so is finance. Technology can help you raise the efficiency, effectiveness and added value of finance – in every financial domain.

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CFO transformation roadmap

The role of the CFO is changing dramatically. To help their companies thrive in today’s digital era, finance departments must become strategic partners that add value to their business. Discover how our 3-wave transformation roadmap combines advice and technology to guide you in this journey.
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accounting, closing and consolidation

Explore how technology can help optimize, automate and streamline as many steps of your bookkeeping, general accounting, closing and financial consolidation processes as possible – to raise efficiency, effectiveness and free up time for value-added tasks.
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controlling and reporting

Advances in technology can help you turn data into actionable insights in cost spend and profit margins – at the push of a button. Read how analytical accounting and reporting solutions make your controller’s life easier, while driving decision-making.
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compliance

Need help to master the ever-growing complexity of compliance? Discover how technology helps you stay compliant with product, safety, trade and tax regulations – and even turns compliance into a competitve advantage.
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planning & budgeting

Planning, budgeting and forecasting applications help you accelerate, integrate and improve your financial management performance processes. Explore how technology helps you prepare for the future.
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Future-proof your finance department with our roadmap

The role of the CFO is changing significantly. More than keeping your processes running smoothly, you are expected to create added value for your organization. How do you do that? In this e-book, our finance experts inspire you with a set of approaches, tools and methodologies. Read how to prepare your finance role for the future in four key finance domains: operate, analyze, steer and comply.

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Hospitals expand their digital workplace in co-creation with delaware

Currently, the hospital sector is facing many challenges. The scarcity of resources and personnel, and the ever-growing importance of patient safety and quality of care, forces hospitals to collaborate more efficiently, even beyond their own hospital walls. To respond to this challenge, digitization and automation (as part of the employee and patient experience journey) are high on the agenda in this sector.
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Connected transformation: a faster and more effective way to change

Faced with political instability, economic uncertainty, climate change and supply chain chaos, finance teams increasingly turn to technology to be agile and act fast. Now here’s the kicker: a staggering 70% to 95% of digital transformations fail to meet their original objectives. To get your digital transformation right, a holistic approach is needed that connects technology, strategy and people. Here’s how.
 
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Connected planning: breaking down the silos

“How can we link our financial plan to supply chain planning?”, “Can you help us make planning more agile?” or “How can we get access to real-time data from across the enterprise?”. These must be the most common questions our finance experts receive these days. It’s crystal clear: as a CFO,  you need more data and forecasts, as well as the ability to change course quickly. Excel will no longer do, but what’s the alternative?
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Connected planning: breaking down the silos

“How can we link our financial plan to supply chain planning?”, “Can you help us make planning more agile?” or “How can we get access to real-time data from across the enterprise?”. These must be the most common questions our finance experts receive these days. It’s crystal clear: as a CFO,  you need more data and forecasts, as well as the ability to change course quickly. Excel will no longer do, but what’s the alternative?
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