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Software as a Service and other cloud options have cleared lots of the traditional hurdles, and CFOs are finally beginning to push the leading edge of what's available -- anywhere. Concerns with data privacy and security have fallen by the wayside, with executives today more concerned with third-party providers. In the past, vendors were more likely to be asked questions about the security of moving to SaaS alternatives. Today's vendors will tell you that executives are far more concerned with the business value and agility cloud providers' systems deliver.
In this three-part handbook, readers exploring cloud adoption in finance will benefit from two firsthand accounts of core accounting and tangential functions in action. Further, experts sound off with advice on how to make the move to cloud-based financial applications, offering examples of the best functions to move to the cloud. Access >>>
Table of contents
- SaaS financial systems deliver results
- Reluctant execs look to tangential financial systems
- Predictive analytics, cloud head for the heights
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