Tag Archives: Mergers Acquisitions & Divestitures

Unethical Practices Spoil the Value of Mergers, Acquisitions, and Divestitures

The acquisition has been announced. Company A is going to sell the B part of its business to Company C. The entire organization is trying to complete the close in a very short window. The regulatory team needs to file all the paperwork set up the new legal entities and the change in ownership. The […]

Thinking About Selling Part of Your Business – Accounting Treatment of the Costs

Under FASB 141-Business Combinations, prior to 2009 merger and acquisition (M&A) transaction costs could be capitalized and recorded as part of the purchase price. Effective in 2009, FASB 141-R Business Combinations (later codified as ASC-805-10) mandates that direct M&A transaction costs now need to be treated separately from the business combination and expensed as occurred.  […]

But I Did What I’ve Always Done and Ended Up Over Budget and Under Expectations

Automation continues to transform whole industries – and finance and audit are no exception. Specific to the financial audit, most of the high-volume, routine, non-judgmental activities in real time are being transformed by software, leaving audit professionals more time to do what they do best: analyze results and make expert judgement calls. This webinar focuses on the framework and standards under which audits are currently conducted, and will showcase real-world examples where automation streamlines workflows to transform the entire audit process.

Merging Data: A Methodology

Automation continues to transform whole industries – and finance and audit are no exception. Specific to the financial audit, most of the high-volume, routine, non-judgmental activities in real time are being transformed by software, leaving audit professionals more time to do what they do best: analyze results and make expert judgement calls. This webinar focuses on the framework and standards under which audits are currently conducted, and will showcase real-world examples where automation streamlines workflows to transform the entire audit process.

Breakin’ Up is Hard to Do: Complexities of Separating Data in an ERP Environment

Automation continues to transform whole industries – and finance and audit are no exception. Specific to the financial audit, most of the high-volume, routine, non-judgmental activities in real time are being transformed by software, leaving audit professionals more time to do what they do best: analyze results and make expert judgement calls. This webinar focuses on the framework and standards under which audits are currently conducted, and will showcase real-world examples where automation streamlines workflows to transform the entire audit process.

Who Does What, When, and How for a Divestiture?

Automation continues to transform whole industries – and finance and audit are no exception. Specific to the financial audit, most of the high-volume, routine, non-judgmental activities in real time are being transformed by software, leaving audit professionals more time to do what they do best: analyze results and make expert judgement calls. This webinar focuses on the framework and standards under which audits are currently conducted, and will showcase real-world examples where automation streamlines workflows to transform the entire audit process.

An IT Perspective of an Acquisition – The Top 6 Must Do List

Automation continues to transform whole industries – and finance and audit are no exception. Specific to the financial audit, most of the high-volume, routine, non-judgmental activities in real time are being transformed by software, leaving audit professionals more time to do what they do best: analyze results and make expert judgement calls. This webinar focuses on the framework and standards under which audits are currently conducted, and will showcase real-world examples where automation streamlines workflows to transform the entire audit process.

Agility by Design – Finished But Not Done

Part I of this series addressed the requisites of a stable design for enterprise systems that will allow them to remain agile over both the near- and longer-term. It first identified the core building blocks of systems, the metadata, data, and business processes and explained the relationships of those building blocks and the need for complete, […]

Agility by Design – Building Software to Last

Part 1: A Stable Design The implementation of enterprise systems brings with it great promise of better information, consistent systems, and reduced operational costs. Achieving that promise, however, is an immense challenge. Building a cohesive enterprise software environment is extremely complex. Most large companies have hundreds of applications to run their business. Many of the […]