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What Professional Services Organizations (PSO’s) need to do NOW to prepare for new Revenue Recognition Standards

Posted by Tonia Steciuk on Nov 13, 2017 12:44:10 PM

So the holiday season is just around the corner. Right around the second corner in the New Year, new revenue recognition regulations will be in front of us. Honestly. Really. 2018 is lurking in the hallway and there’s no avoiding it.

When talking to professional services organizations on a daily basis, Changepoint’s Director of Product Management, Greg Davidson, has come across many who still do not have enough information or do not clearly understand if there is an impact (or what the impact is). Or even avoiding it, hoping down the road someone will make it simpler! Although the pace has picked up considerably as we approach the effective date of 1 January 2018, there are still many organizations that need to ramp up their preparation.

Greg will be co-presenting a live webinar on November 16 (9am PSF / 12pm EST / 6pm CET) along with Jeff Halden from Softrax to address the impact of the new revenue recognition standard on PSO’s.

During the webinar, he’ll talk you through the ‘Five Step Framework’ of Revenue Recognition and highlight key areas of concern for PSO’s such as the treatment of revenue and how Professional Services Automation can help you better manage revenue recognition.

Happy Holidays!

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Improving Corporate Visibility by Eliminating Spreadsheets

Posted by Martin Sachs on Nov 5, 2013 4:53:00 PM

Many companies use a variety of spreadsheets or home-grown applications to sort out, store, and manage their financial data. Either approach is very flexible and capable of doing almost anything. Unfortunately, that very flexibility makes it difficult to develop reusable reports or dashboards that provide the correct visibility into the business, and that are readily available. When executives or auditors require information on the financial state of a company, getting that information usually entails a high-value resource with strong knowledge of the spreadsheets used to track this information developing a custom, one-time report.  Though this report can provide a great deal of intelligence on where the company stands, it typically requires time and effort to construct, and often has limited reuse potential. Too, this report will often represent a snap-shot in time; by the time the report is constructed, it is very possible that the financial picture has already changed.

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