Recent global events have challenged finance and accounting teams in unprecedented ways, forcing them to reconsider how they work.
It’s difficult enough to efficiently close the books during a normal month. A distributed remote workforce, strained technology resources, and concerns about health and safety are multiplying these challenges.
This article from EY covers strategies for setting priorities, driving clarity, and communicating effectively during a virtual close.
Download your copy to learn ways to:
- Breakdown knowledge silos that kill productivity and slow down the close
- Identify critical path activities to prioritize and focus on the areas of highest risk
- Use technology to drive efficiency and greater control across the virtual close process