Finance Improvement Programs Now Aim at Both Value and Cost

 

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Large organizations are investing in initiatives to increase the productivity of people working in finance and accounting positions. Obstacles to change can be vexing, but organizations that manage to overcome them will undoubtedly find their financial analysts engaged in fruitful modeling and problem-solving. Meanwhile, the financial professionals devoted to core financial transaction-processing will be driving for continuous improvement and finding new ways to boost the value of services they deliver.

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