As this blog series continues to explore optimizing quote-to-cash (QTC) to compliance for different industries, in this episode we dive into the special challenges faced by companies in the telecom sector and address how solutions in the SAP portfolio help overcome them.
Previously in this blog series, we have discussed the impacts of the Digital Solutions Economy™ (DSE) on the software and SaaS sector. This new post provides a deeper dive into the key issues involved with optimizing end-to-end Order-to-Cash (OTC) and revenue recognition compliance for SaaS offerings.
As we come to the end of another year, this is a good opportunity to look ahead at the key trends to watch during 2024.
In previous blog posts, we have addressed the challenges and opportunities regarding digital transformation and the Digital Solutions Economy (DSE) across a range of industries including, software & SaaS, semiconductors, media & entertainment, medical devices, transportation, electronics manufacturing, energy, and utilities.
Previous posts in this blog series have addressed how SAP solutions such as Quote-to-Cash (QTC), the Billing and Revenue Innovation Management (BRIM) portfolio, and Revenue Accounting and Reporting (RAR) can be meshed seamlessly to integrate frontend and backend processes for subscription-based Digital Solutions Economy (DSE) offerings. We have also explored how SAP RISE and GROW can enhance and streamline overall implementations.
Driven by sweeping changes such as digital transformation, globalization of markets, the subscription-based Digital Solutions Economy™ (DSE), carbon-accounting mandates, a rising emphasis on artificial intelligence, and other disruptive trends, the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is undergoing radical transformation too.
This new blog post in our ongoing series about the Digital Solutions Economy™ (DSE) looks at how new developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) are impacting the ways that companies deploy and manage subscription-based, usage-based, entitlements, ratable, bundled, and other DSE offerings.
Over the past eight years, many episodes in this blog series have focused on revenue recognition and how SAP solutions such as Revenue Accounting and Reporting (RAR) have provided a robust foundation for compliance with ASC 606 and IFRS 15. The evolution of SAP RAR and overall Automated Revenue Management (ARM) capabilities has unfolded along multiple paths to support existing users while also establishing a forward roadmap to some signficant new capabilities in SAP Public Cloud deployments.
Previous posts in this blog series on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and carbon accounting have spotlighted carbon accounting as a trend to watch, looked at ESG impacts on M&A, and tracked the emergence of new ESG standards.