In this issue: +++ Webcast: Record to Report Cycle, Optimising Control – an Interview with Camelot Group +++ The SoD ‘Two Step’ – Keeping it Simple! +++ Whitepaper: SAP’s Flawless Finance – The Value of Continuous Controls & Transaction Monitoring +++
Webcast: Record To Report Cycle, Optimising Control – an Interview with Camelot Group
Guest Speaker, Josh May of Camelot, will share insights & experiences on optimising control, compliance and efficiency in the Financial Close process.
Join us in this live webcast in our ‘Global Process Owner’ series where we explore the control and cycle time challenges in the Financial Close cycle and hear from Josh May, Head of Financial Reporting at Camelot Group, on strategies they have adopted to optimise the process. Traditionally the last mile of finance has been a frenetic effort battling time constraints and complexity. Gain insights in eliminating the grind, making better use of talent and enabling high performing teams to drive continuous improvement and improve control.
“Financial Close – Accelerating, Assuring and Integrating the End to End Process”
The webcast will take place Thursday, April. 16th:
3pm – London
We look forward to you joining us!
For more details or to register your attendance click here.
The SoD ‘Two Step’ – Keeping it Simple!
We all know that managing Segregation of Duties is both an essential financial control and plain common sense. Most large organisations implement systematic processes, supported by technology to manage and mitigate the risks here. We help many of you in this area also. However it is good sometimes to remember some simple policy-based approaches that can help. However sophisticated your SoD management process, it is often healthy to remind the broader team and stakeholders. In an article designed for accountants / CPAs in the smaller business, some good recommendations are made for two key tactics – Ensuring Bank Account Transparency and publishing a policy of Surprise Audits.
Whitepaper: SAP’s Flawless Finance’ – The Value of Continuous Controls & Transaction Monitoring
Developing and implementing financial controls is only effective when those controls are tracked to ensure they operate as designed, ensuring business transactions are processed as prescribed.
This whitepaper, published in SAPInsider, explores the concept of Continuous Controls Monitoring (CCM) and Continuous Transactions Monitoring (CTM), detailing how these strategies can help your organisation address the detective, preventive and even predictive nature of data analytics in finance processes.
Download this informational whitepaper to learn: