Redwood Software

Type: Company
Name: Redwood Software
First reported Jun 20 2014 - Updated Jun 20 2014 - 1 reports

The Dynamic Inventory

The current debate over supply chain efficiency and inventory management has many different participants. Positions are determined by organizational priorities—which often change. Unfortunately, not many information technology (IT) solutions currently ... [Published Supply and Demand Chain Executive - Jun 20 2014]
First reported Jun 10 2014 - Updated Jun 10 2014 - 1 reports

Automate for Connected and Consistent Data

Jeff Rauscher, Director of Solutions Design for Redwood Software , has more than 31 years of diversified MIS/IT experience working with a wide variety of technologies including SAP, HP, IBM, and many others.No matter what services or products your organization ... [Published Data Center Knowledge - Jun 10 2014]
First reported Jun 09 2014 - Updated Jun 09 2014 - 1 reports

Automating workloads to improve business efficiency

In the age of the customer, more and more pressure is being put on workload automation. We look at where workload automation is heading.Customers expect to be able to do things like consult and manage their bank account online and receive accurate information ... [Published Computer Weekly - Jun 09 2014]
First reported Jun 06 2014 - Updated Jun 06 2014 - 1 reports

Don't Gamble With Your Financial Close

With the repetitive nature of creating financial statements, you might think the process would be supported by large-scale automation. Unfortunately, that isn't always the case.Reporting on the financial close is one way for companies to promote their ... [Published Wall Street and Technology - Jun 06 2014]
First reported Apr 02 2014 - Updated Apr 02 2014 - 1 reports

New Research Shows Companies Could Save US$6.48 Million Every Year in the Financial Close

MORRISVILLE, North Carolina, April 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Redwood Software Inc., the leader in Enterprise Process Automation™, analyzed the financial close procedures of 56[1] companies from the Global 1000 that use SAP® applications and found high volumes ... [Published PR Newswire: Business Technology - Apr 02 2014]

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According to 2013 benchmark data from PricewaterhouseCoopers, 60% of companies "still rely on manual spreadsheet manipulation for reporting, and only around 30% have a formalized strategy to align technology to business needs. Average companies are losing millions every year just because they haven't automated processes in their financial close. They're spending more time collecting data and closing the books. These companies also sacrifice valuable, accurate business intelligence in the process. Don't gamble on your financial close with a manual mindset. Automate for numbers you can trust to provide valuable insight for the future."

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The Dynamic Inventory [Published Supply and Demand Chain Executive - Jun 20 2014]
Automate for Connected and Consistent Data [Published Data Center Knowledge - Jun 10 2014]
Automating workloads to improve business effici... [Published Computer Weekly - Jun 09 2014]
Don't Gamble With Your Financial Close [Published Wall Street and Technology - Jun 06 2014]
New Research Shows Companies Could Save US$6.48... [Published PR Newswire: Business Technology - Apr 02 2014]
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MORRISVILLE, North Carolina, April 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Redwood Software Inc., the leader in Enterprise Process Automation™, analyzed the financial close procedures of 56[1] companies from the Global 1000 that use SAP® applications and found high volumes ...
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