The market wasn't impressed by Zuora FY2020 Q4 earnings but CEO Tien Tzuo tells us he's taking a long view of opportunity in the subscription economy
The global food giant is using the cloud-based platform to transform its procurement processes and prepare for their future automation.
The firms share their lessons learned from upgrading their Oracle financial systems - with change management being key.
Customer experience is part of the compliance and governance regime banks have to work with. Measuring that means finding, extracting and analysing vast amounts of data in real time.
The headline takeaways from the Acumatica Summit 2020 prompt reflections on new responsibilities.
WEF 2020 - there is no 'Plan B' if time runs out on a global deal on digital services taxation, admits OECD
The OECD is the last, best hope for a global agreement around a Digital Services Tax, but time is running out fast.
France blinks first against US tariff threats, but UK insists it's still going ahead with its Digital Services Tax
The US Treasury Secretary has warned that unless the UK follows France's lead and calls off its planned Digital Services Tax, there will be consequences to be faced.
We spoke to Scout RFP President Stan Garber and GM of Workday Supply Chain Tony Rizzo about what's on the cards now the two companies are one
To close the books of a moderate-sized or larger firm can be taxing, no pun intended. For decades, the work of closing hasn’t changed much but new software offerings are making this less labor-intensive, less error-prone and more automated. Here’s a quick look at the space and a conversation writeup with one of the CEO’s of these new closing software vendors.
Implementing ASC 606 has been a challenge for accounting teams, especially those in subscription businesses. Sage Intacct's Laura Wiler has some tips