In today's ever-changing business environment, financial executives are exploring ways in which the financial function can bring greater value to their organizations. To this end, they are transforming their organizations from focusing primarily on regulatory reporting to most effectively providing the information that internal management needs to more effectively "run" the business.

Financial executives must now think beyond the traditional financial information contained in general ledger systems and consider how best to provide for the comprehensive measures and analytical methods needed to drive decisions throughout complex, dynamic companies.

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