Integrated reporting builds on the existing financial reporting model to incorporate non-financial information that can help stakeholders (internal and external) understand how a company creates and sustains value over the long term. There is no single path to an integrated reporting implementation. However, there are stages in the journey that are common to most companies.
This year will be a busy year for the insurance industry as it makes sure it is fully compliant with Solvency II regulations by January 2016 - and for some insurers it will be a case of deciding whether to withdraw from an entire class of business or a territory. Not a trivial decision.
The implementation date for Solvency II is set for January 2016. Addressing and automating Solvency II compliance should be a New Year’s resolution for all insurance companies. Learn how to be compliant with Solvency II.
Learn how to improve financial reporting processes throughout a merged organization in a cost-effective and streamlined manner.
Learn how rolling forecast and Driver-Based Planning models can deliver tangible business value in your organization.
Dashboards are more than a reporting tool. When used effectively, they can help you measure, monitor, and manage your business performance. Dashboards help you identify what you need to measure, make connections to current strategic objectives, and determine how well your business is delivering value against your objectives.