- Performance management
- Digital Transformation
- Data Governance
- Big Data
- Our Clients
The Finance function is constantly evolving. Having to comply with ever more constraining financial regulations and norms, business and risks, external and internal, the finance function has above all a decisive role in strategic and financial decision-making.
These new directions must be adjusted to changing markets, both segmented and international, for corporations faced with structural pressure on their margins and their costs, their liabilities and their liquid assets.
To improve financial function efficiency, processes and management systems must effectively contribute to:
Together, we build financial management information systems in line with your strategy, and we partner you on your corporate performance follow-up and management. We define key indicators and processes, forecasting and measuring financial performance related to your operational activities.
The solutions which we implement are based on the leading market technologies. The goal: to deliver a very high standard of service to improve financial function productivity.
Our teams bring together functional (ex. cost controllers…) and technical (solution experts) skills. Within the framework of experienced governance, they bring you true added-value in the implementation of your financial projects.
Scoping your needs: translating your stakes into projects and processes.
Auditing: analyzing your existing system and proposing improvement paths.
Partnering: operationally assisting your finance teams.
Modeling: building sustainable, scalable and reliable models, fully utilizable by your teams.
Deploying: adapting the models to different contexts (subsidiaries, international, business lines…).
Implementing: implementing your finance projects on the basis of shared batches.
Communicating and Training: obtaining user buy-in to new processes and management rules, by integrating change management upstream.
Maintenance: keeping up the applications after the Go Live, taking account of the changes in scope, new business stakes and new management rules.