Julio Dalla Costa, Director of Technical Accounting at Bramasol, provides an overview of the Five Ps of Compliance and explains how they relate to each other and mesh together to enable leveraging compliance as a competitive advantage.
Bramasol is proud to be sponsoring 2020’s SAP FKOM annual scavenger hunt and we’re looking forward to share our Comply, Optimize, Transform finance innovation solutions.
Many CFOs and other company leaders are currently grappling with the challenges of planning and executing their movement to S/4HANA. Everyone in the SAP ecosystem knows that adoption of S/4 will be mandatory by 2025 but a large percentage of companies are struggling to figure out where and how to get started - often resulting in "analysis paralysis".
Treasury eBook: Leveraging Analytics, Machine Learning and AI to Streamline Closing Processes and Drive Financial Transformation
In this eBook, we provide an in-depth look at the ways that advanced analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) are helping CFOs and company leadership to drive higher productivity, faster financial closing processes, improved market agility and lay the groundwork for financial transformation.
In previous blogs, I’ve addressed several key topics that are critical for the Office of the CFO, including Working Capital Management, a Global Approach to Cash, and leveraging In-House Cash Management.
Companies operating in today’s diverse global environments face unprecedented challenges with regard to managing capital assets, working capital and especially cash accounts that are distributed throughout multiple operating entities in different countries.
Proving the value of a SAP S/4 HANA project is clear if you focus on Finance, and more importantly Treasury. Learn from the experts in SAP Treasury, Bramasol, how you can save money on banking fees, lower compensating balances, higher yields on cash and lower borrowing rates by focusing your S/4HANA project on Treasury.
In-House Cash Management Reduces External Bank Accounts, Improves Visibility and Boosts Productivity
All companies need to carefully manage their cash in order to ensure that sufficient funds are always available to support business operations, however, in today’s global enterprises, it can be difficult to maintain clear visibility and management of diverse cash repositories. This can be especially challenging when subsidiaries and other operating units maintain separate external banking relationships within their regional or local environments.
I’ve previously touched on related issues in blog posts on Working Capital Management and the need for a Global Approach to Cash Management. In this post, we are going to take a closer look at another key tool which is called In-House Cash Management.