ScottMadden, Inc., a general management consulting firm, will soon partner with the American Productivity & Quality Center (APQC), a benchmarking and best practices research organization, to host a financial management webinar. The session will be held on Wednesday, March 23 from 11:00 AM–12:00 PM CDT and will highlight financial shared services organizations’ (SSOs) design options.
- Questions to ask in the early stages of financial SSO planning
- Embedding sound service frameworks and governance structures
- Data analytics for predicting customer behavior and boosting service levels
- Pioneering with process robotics in the quest for perpetual efficiencies
APQC is a member-based nonprofit and one of the leading proponents of benchmarking and best-practice business research. Working with more than 500 organizations worldwide in all industries, APQC focuses on providing the information they need to work smarter, faster, and with confidence. Every day we uncover the processes and practices that push organizations from good to great. For more information, please visit http://www.apqc.org/.
ScottMadden has been a pioneer in corporate and shared services since the practice began decades ago. Our Corporate & Shared Services practice has completed more than 1,300 projects since the early 90s, including hundreds of large, multi-year implementations. Our clients span a variety of industries from entertainment to energy to high tech. Examples of our projects include business case development, shared services design, and shared services build support and implementation.
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