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Zanders Project Management Framework

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together

At the birth of any project, it is crucial to determine the most suitable project management framework by which the treasury objectives can be achieved. Whether the focus is on TMS implementation, treasury transformation or risk management, the grand challenge remains – to ensure the highest quality of the delivered outcome while understanding the realistic timelines and resources. In this article we shed a light on the implications of project management methodologies and address its main concepts and viewpoints, accompanied by experiences from past treasury projects.

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Managing Virtual Accounts using SAP In-House Cash

How to setup virtual accounts in SAP, part III

In the previous part of this series on ‘How to setup virtual accounts in SAP’, we delved into the details of a scenario where virtual accounts are managed on GL account level using SAP FI module only. This article investigates how SAP In-house cash (SAP IHC) module can be used to manage virtual accounts in your ERP.

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How to set up Intraday Bank Statement reporting in SAP

Intraday bank statement (IBS) reporting, a service that your house bank can provide your company, enables your cash manager to understand which debits and credits have cleared on your bank accounts throughout the current day. We explain how to implement it in SAP.

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An SAP cockpit for seamless transfer pricing compliance

Entering an interest rate for an intercompany loan in SAP is simple, but determining the interest rate according to the latest transfer pricing regulation is not as easy. Therefore, we decided to leverage our cloud-based solution and enable SAP users to determine the arm’s length interest rate with just a few clicks.

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Can you automate SAP for free?

Even though ERP systems automate most of the handling of accounting and financial activities, many of us still have the drive to seek even further for automation. Even the shortest routines that need to be carried out daily can become irritating and become source of avoidable errors. Wouldn’t it be nice to limit repetitive clicking and typing to the minimum and have more time to focus on what really matters? When looking into automating activities in SAP, the first idea might be to simply ’write a program’ to take care of executing the task at hand. But how can you automate SAP safely, successfully and for free?

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