John Froelich, VP of Strategy and Marketing at Bramasol discusses the concept of Digital Debt, which tends to build up within companies as they make incremental and expedient changes to various disparate processes.
Plan a head to join Bramasol's expert for the upcoming treasury webinar scheduled on March 26, 2020.
Join us for our webinar on "Solutions for the New Economy - Subscription and High Volume Billing”
In this episode, John Scott, Senior Technical Accounting Adviser at Bramasol, shares insights of ASC 842 that applies to private companies and key issues that need to be addressed in order to succeed.
Payment processing is a fundamental requirement within every company.
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.
Join us for the latest updates on SAP RAR on SAP S/4HANA. Bramasol and SAP Presenting a more in depth view of key features of the latest version of SAP RAR for SAP S/4HANA 1909 including Optimized Contract Management, Fiori Enhancements and reporting updates. We have also covered some of these features in SAP RAR.
Watch the webinar to hear from experts with over 25 years of experience and see how SAP Payment Factory, Treasury applications and Cash Management can support creation of a holistic end-to-end Payments system. Payment Factory is a huge topic for CFO’s and Treasurers who want to save money, consolidate resources and manage risk.
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".