Building the Business Case for Streamlining Reconciliation

Many organizations still rely on multiple systems to perform critical accounting reconciliation. This approach produces costly manual intervention to resolve exceptions and makes it nearly impossible to achieve the single version of the truth.

However, to invest in a comprehensive, end-to-end reconciliation and certification solution that handles the full range of transaction types and financial instruments and integrates transaction and balance-level data, organizations typically need to build a business case that quantifies the benefits of this investment. An important first step in building that business case is to understand the impact of doing nothing.

  • Country
  • United States
  • Solution
  • Risk & Compliance, Financial Control & Accounting
  • Published
  • May 2016

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