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Looking Ahead: 7 Key Trends That Will Reshape Accounting and Finance in 2023

What we thought was impossible became possible. Organisations around the world have transformed. As we forge ahead in 2023, companies need to continue to embrace change, find new ways to grow and prepare for what’s ahead. After speaking with our customers, our partners and industry thought leaders over the past few months, we have combined their thoughts on what they expect in 2023 and have assembled 7 key trends that we think will be very important to accounting and finance in the upcoming year.

Three Emerging Roles of CFO’s

Today’s CFOs are diversifying their responsibilities, embracing non-traditional skills, implementing emerging technologies, and championing purpose-led initiatives. The CFO role is evolving, with three key emerging CFO roles that each incorporate unique skillsets to help guide their organisations.

SaaS Finance Leaders: 5 Steps to Drive Your Company from Early to Growth Stage

Investors expect you to prove different aspects of your business model at each stage of growth to achieve your next round of funding. This eBook focuses on the early and growth stages.In your early stage, you need to prove your revenue model. According to Jeff Epstein, this means that seventy-five percent of your sales reps are meeting their quota, and your growth is greater than 100%.When you hit your growth stage, you’re proving your net renewal model. This means you need to demonstrate that your customers are coming back a second and third time to buy from you. Download the White Paper now.

Consolidations for Multi-Entity Healthcare Organisations

In virtually any healthcare organisation, corporate accounting is the custodian and curator of financial data to monitor and manage the organisation and drive it forward to new levels of success. But as any controller or CFO of a multi-entity healthcare organisation can tell you, financial consolidations remain one of the key hurdles. The time-intensive nature of information assembly, validation, and reporting for many accounting groups can sometimes be measured in weeks–rarely just days. Consolidations–grouping together all related organisations under a single parent company’s control–is an essential requirement to create a single “operational” view of the entire organisation. Whether it’s a multi-practice clinic, a group of long-term-care providers, a network of hospitals, or a chain of imaging centres, stakeholders want and need to understand various lines and businesses, allocate capital and fund the organisation. Consolidation eliminates all inter-group activities and balances to report transactions with external third parties as if the entire group of companies was operating as a single entity. Different legal entities (clinics, diagnostic centres, medical labs, and practices) are created by a parent company for a range of reasons and purposes. Some are legally driven to limit liability exposure, while others are created to optimise the tax profile or through strategically driven initiatives like mergers, and acquisitions.

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