Okay, FinancialForce proved one thing – their development folks have been busy this year, pandemic notwithstanding. Here’s a synopsis of some of their bigger Fall release announcements.
Imperial Dade has consolidated data from multiple ERPs into Planful and is now giving finance teams better and regular insights.
LifeStance Health was spending too much manual time on budgets and reports and has since created a ‘single source of truth’ with Planful.
Whoever uttered that old phrase “The more things change; the more things stay the same”, must have been thinking of payroll software. Some thorny payroll technology problems are like bad houseguests: they won’t ever go away! Before you change your payroll or HR technology, read this!
Speaking at Perform 21, the finance team at top cycling brand Specialized describes how they used Planful to streamline global workforce planning
There is an explosion of new capabilities and opportunities possible with ERP today and many of the most innovative are coming from non-ERP vendors. All of this innovation should be making us re-think the value we are or should be getting from ERP software. Here are some ideas.
Many of the mechanisms and processes a finance team needs to put in place to enable continuous close are worth doing, even if you still only close once a month.
The rail car firm went from on prem to the cloud to speed up its finance processes.
With a new finance system from Sage Intacct, the US’s ninth largest zoo has weathered the pandemic and is moving back into growth mode
Survive or thrive? Dan Miller shares the lessons and growth priorities from small and medium business executives across the US in the latest survey for Sage Intacct.
The third era of marketing is here. Are you ready?
Small business cloud accounting provider Xero reflects on a year of two halves and explains the rationale for acquiring workforce management provider Planday
A new survey of CFO thinking on IT investment choices reveals the financial and technological backdrop to decisions whether to migrate ERP to the cloud or leave it where it is