Empower Finance Operations with Data-driven Insights
Enterprise finance has evolved into a strategic role expected to keep the business agile by analyzing risks and rewards, anticipating financial challenges, and optimizing financial operations. It is no longer a back-office of facts and figures role, but is a strategic stewardship role driving enterprise performance and giving companies a competitive edge. To cope with the new expectations, modern CFOs need to harness information to change the rules.
The tremendous opportunity of a data-driven strategy is apparent to enterprise finance, but all these informational assets exhibit volume, variety, and velocity and need to be ingested and analyzed for enhanced insight. By deploying automated next-gen financial system architectures, CFOs can consolidate information to derive deep analytics and business insights. Data-driven technology solutions such as Emagia Finance Analytics based on the Solix Common Data Platform (Solix CDP) provides a next-generation data management platform that not only meets the analytic demands of the data-driven organization but also addresses the cost, compliance, and governance challenges that come along.
Emagia Finance Analytics
Cashflow is the lifeblood of any business. Today’s corporations face tremendous pressure to maximize receivables performance. Also known as trade credit, receivables are the most cost efficient resources to accelerate cash flow.
Lack of timely information on receivables stored in multiple disparate systems and the complexity introduced by disconnected manual processes, impede many finance executives’ ability to measure and monitor credit risk and collections efficiency.
Effective receivables management involves ensuring effective credit policy management and automation of credit-to-cash processes, which increase the efficiency of a firm’s cash conversion operations. Accelerating revenue cycles, and lowering credit maximizes the value of the firm.
See how Emagia provides a single unified platform for managing all your order-to-cash processes seamlessly. Designed for high volume global operations, Emagia products are used by many credit and collections departments as well as finance shared service centers.
Emagia Receivables Management solution enables your enterprise to drive working capital efficiency on Order-to-Cash processes to lower DSO, increase customer satisfaction, and maintain fiscal discipline. Order-to-Cash is defined as the business process flow comprising: customer data management, credit decisioning, standard invoicing/billing and electronic bill presentment, revenue recognition, cash receipt, cash application, collections (i.e., delinquencies, deductions, and claims/disputes), audit and financials compliance, and reporting.
- Unify all financial data from all sources - structured and unstructured
- Improve cash flow and forecasting
- Enable stronger predictive and early warning capabilities
- Enable real-time, interactive analytics
- Better management for credit risks
- Provide data backed decision support
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Customer & Partner Speak
To enable revenue growth, finance can guide the business in analyzing revenue and profitability with customer-relevant metrics, forecasting revenue patterns, planning growth and investment scenarios, and streamlining order-to-cash processes with a customer-centric mindset.
Paul D. Hamerman
Vice President, Principal Analyst Forrester
Forrester Report Reference: Grow Your Revenue Stream With Customer-Centric Finance Technology, May 2017