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Case Studies & White Papers
With the auditors on the doorstep, some finance departments become slightly nervouse. Normally there is no need to get the jitters, by getting organised and plan ahead it will probably turn out better than expected (496 kb)
As full-time staff is inflexible and expensive as a resource, casual labour is usually used to reduce cost and cope with the variance in demand. Now it is time to learn the lessons of casual staff and apply them to your support staff (328kb)
Implementing an ERP-system is always stressful, however well planned. Combine this with re-locating a country’s finance function and you have an exciting project. Nothing is impossible, when planned and managed properly (328kb)
KPIs have been around for some time and don’t always prove to be worth the effort. A critical look at KPIs shows that when implemented correctly they can be an invaluable management monitoring aid (328kb)