A case study on simplifying the common financial reporting problems with DI.
Financial reporting from transactional systems typically results in static reports such as profit and loss, balance sheets, and cash flow statements. These generic reports are usually fixed and prevent any deeper analysis of the data. They are owned and managed by the financial department, making it difficult for department managers with financial responsibility to access and understand the reports. This prevents the managers from taking ownership of their department and acting swiftly to optimise their profit and loss. Individual departments managing their own reporting leads to multiple versions of the truth, opening the door to error and wasting time.
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