You may be in the know and already aware that BOARD International has now released version 10 of its enterprise BI and CPM product, BOARD Software.
Here are our top reasons why BOARD users should consider an upgrade to BOARD 10 in 2016.
If you’re a regular BOARD software user there’s a new feature to test out. BOARD International released BOARD version 10 last month. It’s packed with new features, but the one we like most is Data Fast Track.
When you think of a ball-and-chain, comical images of a prisoner in stripes trapped in a confined space manifest themselves in one’s mind. The ball and chain serves the purpose of holding back the convict, limiting their movement and stifling their progress. Sound familiar?
A corporate finance function plays two distinct key roles in an organisation. The first role is as the external reporter. However, it’s in the second role that common finance team dysfunctions regularly occur.
For many people, plan-do-check-act (PDCA) is a familiar concept; the iterative four step management method is widely used and has currency with lean methodologies. One advocate of this approach is David Moore, General Manager Finance & Operations at Suntory Australia.
We do a lot of work across the not for profit sector and there is a common pain, a theme to the observations and I think an untapped opportunity to deliver a transformational organisational win.
Last week I spent three days on the Gold Coast at the 2015 CFO Summit. It’s an intense round of presentations and education and I wasn’t alone in getting my thinking reframed.
Most finance teams engage in a regular and elaborate dance known as the period close. This involves the synchronisation of many steps to consolidate, validate and report financial data across the enterprise. The smart CFO strives for a faster and smoother close.
In my previous blog I discussed the four critical components needed to develop effective business forecasting and planning. When it comes to these components, and how effectively organisations are using these, I have seen three consistent scenarios within organisations.
How good would it be if, from a business and finance perspective, you were able plan with greater confidence?