Automating Global Financial Management
Wiley, 1988 - Corporations - 364 pages
This book has been designed to give financial managers, controllers and accountants a comprehensive analysis of the current state of global financial management. It is based on a recent study of over 350 corporations which was commissioned by FERF, the research arm of the Financial Executives Institute, by Business International, a consulting company. The book provides a review of the automation of accounting and financial systems, surveys current trends and points the way to the development of sophisticated automated systems which will improve financial decision-making. Topics include accounting and control, financial planning systems and treasury management. The book contains practical aids including checklists, point-by-point programmes and examples.
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