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  • Tagetik User Days 2015 Arnhem, Netherlands, 19 March 2015
    Paris, France, 08 April 201509 April 2015
    Philadelphia, US, 23 April 201524 April 2015
    Schloss Hohenkammer, Germany, 27 April 201528 April 2015
    London, UK, 07 May 2015
  • Tagetik at SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG ANNUAL CONFERENCE Orange County Convention Center | Orlando, Florida, 05 May 201507 May 2015

From our blog

How can CFOs get all of the finance function on the ‘same page’?

It is fascinating to note how often the corporate reporting process stumbles at the last hurdle. Despite the considerable effort expended on managing data quality, improving collaboration and honing the financial consolidation process many of the hard won efficiency gains are frittered away because historic approaches to the process ignore the vital last step of final report creation.

Get the most out of the balance sheet

Corporations are managed predominantly on the basis of the income statement. This claim is supported by the fact that target setting for budgets and forecasts is generally done on operating profit (or EBIT or EBITDA, if you like). It is in addition common practice to internally present the balance sheet according external reporting standards such as IFRS. This is not the most intuitive reporting layout; especially not for non-financial colleagues.