SOFTRAX partnered with Aria Systems in the summer of 2021 for the live webinar, “Recurring Revenue Ripples Through Revenue Recognition” to discuss how agility in serving customers with recurring revenue business models and precision and flexibility in revenue recognition go hand in hand. Senior Vice President and General Manager, Tom Zauli of SOFTRAX hosted this one-hour event alongside Director of Product Marketing, Michael Carrell of Aria Systems.
It’s no surprise that the healthcare industry is facing unique and disruptive challenges that are affecting areas such as productivity, revenue cycle, and supply chain on a major scale. Given the current market, healthcare entities may find themselves strapped for resources ranging from supplies to staff, grappling with changes to insured populations, or even struggling to manage new business models such as subscriptions. These challenges are made more difficult with the financial and accounting complexities posed by the revenue recognition standard, ASC 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers.
The telecommunications industry has been grappling with the new levels of complexity presented by the revenue recognition standard, ASC 606. For telecommunications entities, notable challenges include those related to determining performance obligations and transaction prices among other revenue recognition processes.
Common trends in SEC comment letters for the cloud computing industry and the connections to ASC 606 revenue recognition disclosure requirements. This article explores revenue recognition solutions for the cloud computing industry with revenue recognition software and billing management software.
As 2015 comes to a close, were reflecting on all of the exciting revenue recognition standard and awesome tips that we published on the Softrax Blog this year. Did you catch these most popular blog posts on our Softrax Blog? We've compiled them below.
The new revenue recognition rules are daunting and many companies wonder how they will be impacted by ASC 606. What really happens to companies if they don't comply with the new revenue recognition rules? Who enforces these rules? The reinvigorated regulatory agecny, the SEC takes action on improper revenue recognition accounting. Learn about the SEC's role with revenue recognition and how to avoid improper revenue accounting.