infiniance is delighted to be well into its first implementation of Kyriba at a European-based company. The project – expected to go-live in Q2 next year at the financial services firm – includes setting up and integrating cash management reporting from over 20 banks, as well as payment interfaces to 7 banks based on Kyriba’s seamless connection with SWIFT. The project will also establish a direct API-based interface to the company’s ERP system for cash flows and accounting entries.
Last week Sushma Gupta completed the Kyriba COE Payments intensive training and excruciating exam with flying colours.
Periodic closing of the books and timely financial reporting are not new requirements. But with the accelerating pace of business, the finance department has to deliver faster, reliable data, and with full transparency and compliant with regulatory requirements!CFO, anonymous
Which areas of your Enterprise System will potentially be impacted by Brexit?
There are many uncertainties about the nature of Brexit until the negotiations are complete, and the real effect on businesses may not be seen until implementation begins. As an SAP Finance Expert, we can see that many business processes will be affected by Brexit, such as operational data, business planning, payment, cash management, interest rates, invoicing and legal reporting. Heavy impacts on the configuration of ERP systems is to be anticipated. SAP released 33 notes about Brexit and all of these SAP notes discuss configuration changes that could be relevant to you, if your business operates in the UK and/or in the European Union.
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