Tag Archives: Return On Investment

The Mystery of the Hidden Data

Here’s the scenario: Your enterprise data is nowhere to be found within your Oracle® E-Business Suite environment.  Differences in configurations, duplicate data, and a lack of common structures and definitions have caused inconsistent business processes and data that is “lost” to the organization, resulting in increased costs and risks. Why is this happening, you wonder? […]

That Old House – Tidying up your ERP

When you moved into the new house, everything was clean, uncluttered, and ready for you to personalize and adapt to meet your needs. So it is when you first implement an ERP system. However, many people bring with them boxes of things no longer needed – data and structures from their legacy system that were […]

Cross-Validation Rules: Tips to Optimize your GL

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.

Farewell Oracle® EBS A Smooth Exit

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.

Bankruptcy Part 2: Recovering

The previous article talked about the types of bankruptcy in the US and the options for restructuring.  This whitepaper elaborates on restructuring in a Chapter 11 scenario.  The initial turnaround plan considers an extensive analysis of what is working, and what is not working.  Essentially, there are five components to this plan:  debt restructuring, organization […]

Bankruptcy Part 1: Getting the Most for Your Shareholders

Bankruptcies occur more often than expected and occur during booming economies as well as recessions. Not only was there a sharp increase in bankruptcy filings during the 2020 pandemic, but also law changes and the recession in 2005 and 2009 led to significant slowdowns and  many companies unable to meet their debt obligations and operating […]

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 […]

The Bottom Line – Wheres the Money

Suppliers and consultants regularly make recommendations to their client companies. In many companies, these suppliers of products and services are trusted advisors, often having the responsibility of making a final decision on a project. Even with best intentions, however, the supplier’s decision of what is right for the customer is a difficult decision because there […]

Leveraging Purchasing in a Multi-Org Environment

When companies originally set up multi-org in Oracle’s® E-Business Suite, security and control were the primary drivers for separating data into different operating units. Plants wanted to run their own operations, negotiate their own contracts with suppliers, and set up their own invoicing, inventory and receiving practices. Moreover, there was a competitive environment among different […]

Everyone Takes the Hit – What You Can Do About It – 5 Key Business Metrics and OEBS

Before the onset of the economic downturn and the meltdown in the financial sector, for businesses addressing change meant adapting to more cash coming in and what to do with it to keep investors happy or adapting to unprecedented growth – one of those “good problems to have”. Organizations were looking at 3, 5, and […]