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To identify an organization’s top priorities — and provide guidance on how to achieve them — finance teams need to be able to provide real-time insight.  This insight is essential in a volatile business environment in which businesses have to respond quickly to unanticipated challenges or opportunities but lack real-time information to support their decisions about how best to do so.

In far too many companies, finance teams are accustomed to developing budgets and forecasts based on information that they maintain within spreadsheets they update manually — and which is therefore out of date.  But if your company can support decisions based on real-time financial analytics, then your company has a significant advantage over competitors that cannot.


The future of finance, which is defined by the challenge to reach beyond core functions of governance, compliance and process stewardship to proactively drive the insight, foresight and collaborative change that enables companies to stay one step ahead.

On Thursday November 20 at 2pm ET Time there will be a webcast with CFO.com, SAP and Deloitte  which will have a lively discussion on the Future of FInance as an Office of Innovation. In the webinar you will also learnL

  • How a Simple Finance approach enabling built-in consistency, instant insights and strategic value can help overcome current complexities and accelerate transformation of your business;
  • How organizations employ the latest technologies to automate and streamline their processes for gathering financial information; and
  • How Deloitte — through a unique combination of technological innovation and best practices — has established a model for forecasting and planning in anticipation of, rather than in response to, a volatile business climate
  • For more information and to register go to: http://pages.cfo.com/Deloitte_and_SAP_webcast_register.html?p=SAP
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