This new episode in our ongoing series on the Digital Solutions Economy (DSE) provides an overview of how DSE is impacting the semiconductor industry. Previous episodes in this series include DSE in the Medical Device industry, DSE in Utilities industry, DSE in the Energy Sector, and DSE in Transportation.
Bramasol is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the TA Cook International Conference on BRIM in Chicago, October 26-27, 2022.
This one-of-a-kind conference features industry leaders sharing how the SAP Billing and Revenue Innovation Management (BRIM) portfolio elevates customer lifetime value, enables predictable recurring revenue, and drives efficiency in the entire quote-to-cash process.
This new episode in our ongoing series on the Digital Solutions Economy (DSE) provides an overview of how DSE is impacting the transportation industry. Previous episodes in this series include DSE in the Medical Device industry, DSE in Utilities industry, and DSE in the Energy Sector.
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Although the initial compliance phase for ASC 606 and IFRS 15 revenue recognition mandates is in the rear-view mirror for most companies, it's important to also keep a focus on the road ahead because optimization of overall RevRec processes across the enterprise will be key to ongoing success.
Within the scope of a comprehensive Comply, Optimize, Transform™ journey, company decision makers need to understand the importance of integrating RevRec within the ever-changing enterprise-wide landscape of management processes. This blog post provides an overview of how the latest enhancements within the SAP ecosystem can provide a useful roadmap for the next steps toward optimization and ultimately transformation.
This episode in our ongoing series on the Digital Solutions Economy (DSE) provides an overview of how DSE is impacting the Medical Devices Industry. Click here to read episodes on DSE in the Utilities Industry, and DSE in the Oil, Gas and Energy Sector.
This new episode in our ongoing series on the Digital Solutions Economy (DSE) provides an overview of how DSE is impacting Oil & Gas industries and the overall energy sector. Click here to read episodes on DSE in the Utilities Industry, and DSE in the Medical Devices Industry.
In past blog posts, this series on the Digital Solutions Economy (DSE) has discussed Entitlement Management, Integrating FP&A with DSE, Implementing Anything-as-a-Service (XaaS), DSE and RevRec Compliance, DSE Data Volume, Velocity, Density and Complexity, Embedded Analytics for DSE, and much more.
This new episode moves into focusing on how various industries are being impacted by the overall shift to subscription-based DSE offerings - starting with a look at the utilities segment.
From the inception of new revenue recognition standards (ASC 606 and IRFS 15), Bramasol has been at the forefront of helping companies Comply, Optimize and Transform™ their revenue accounting, analysis, and reporting processes, along with holistic cross-integration with other enterprise-wide financial processes.
As the leading provider of SAP solutions such as Revenue Accounting and Reporting (RAR) and co-innovator in the SAP Automated Revenue Management arena, Bramasol has completed more successful RAR implementations than anyone. We've also developed intellectual property enhancements around disclosure reporting and most recently we've led the way by integrating RevRec within the overall Digital Solutions Economy.
Along the way, we have hosted over 100 webinars on RevRec and other topics of importance to the Office of the CFO.
Today's Hot-Tip news is that Bramasol is opening up our treasure trove of archived webinar videos for on-demand public viewing! And we've curated them into targeted playlists by topic!
Click here or on the image below to stream 20 of our top videos on Revenue Recognition.
Do you know where your data is? Actually, it is everywhere.
According to Statista, the total amount of data created, captured, copied and consumed globally is projected to grow to more than 180 zettabytes by 2025, from the 64 zettabytes in 2020.