corporate accountability

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Published By: Teradata     Published Date: May 02, 2017
Given the economic realities of the past few years and uncertainty about the future economic climate, finance continues to face pressures to maintain and/or reduce budgets while also providing increased services to the business and the broader regulatory and investment community along with greater transparency. As a strategist and not just a bookkeeper, the CFO can provide meaningful and timely insight into corporate financial close information for executives to adapt to market changes and drive accountability through clear performance metrics.
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economy, reduce, budget, finance, investment
    
Teradata
Published By: CA WA     Published Date: May 12, 2008
The recent economic downturn and corporate scandals compounded concerns of corporate accountability and confidence in U.S businesses. To improve shareholder confidence in management’s ability to self-govern, the Federal Government implemented strict regulatory protocols to help restore accountability and improve public as well as shareholder confidence. The primary example of course is the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act of 2002 which sought lasting eradication of corporate corruption by implementing specific controls across key financial business processes.
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ca wa, workload automation, business process automation, compliance, sox, sarbox, sarbanes oxley
    
CA WA
Published By: Enhancement Software     Published Date: Jan 30, 2009
This white paper is intended to explore the process of secure and efficient paperā€based document marking and printing using Microsoft® Word. At the same time it will explore the savings that can be realized by implementing an automated practice that reduces risk of unintended use.
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enhancement software, stampit, automated document marking, document integrity, corporate accountability, compliance, risk management, roi
    
Enhancement Software
Published By: Workday EMEA     Published Date: Jun 12, 2020
Aberdeen research finds that top performing organizations are 30% more likely to have implemented corporate performance management (CPM) than Followers. With real-time access to data, these companies take the guesswork out of planning, decreasing the time involved in forecasting while increasing forecast accuracy. These organizations also champion data accessibility and collaboration among stakeholders, promoting organizational accountability. In the end, they decrease their time-to-decision while increasing revenue and operating margins.
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