Published By: BlackLine
Published Date: Aug 06, 2018
When did reconciliations become a living nightmare?
Demanding deadlines. Strict requirements for review and supporting documentation. Endless piles of reconciliations to approve?that were due yesterday.
Reconciliations are one of the most labor-intensive, yet critical controls processes within any organisation. Even the smallest mistake can compromise the integrity of your balance sheet and create discrepancies in your financial close.
There is a simpler way to perform your reconciliation process that allows you to focus on analysis, risk mitigation, and exception handling.
Join us for this webinar to find out what this is. You will learn how to:
Automate daily reconciliations for continuous control and validation
Gain better visibility into the quality, accuracy, and timeliness of a reconciliation
Develop a seamless and streamlined workflow for preparation, approval, and review
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