A survey published by Deloitte revealed that 50% of CFOs count evolving regulatory requirements as a top three stressor. New accounting standards and regulations are introduced at such a fast pace, it’s no wonder that finance professionals are having trouble keeping up.

Fortunately, one thing changing faster than disclosure regulations is the technologies designed to help companies manage the influx. Thanks to automation, companies can now monitor new standards easier than ever before, which will ultimately improve processes and help ensure compliance.

This paper outlines three stages that can be automated so organizations can keep on top of – and be compliant with – new accounting regulations.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How automated tools can help organizations monitor, understand and execute new regulatory requirements.
  • Why automation is an increasingly popular trend that companies shouldn’t ignore.
  • How cross-departmental alignment can be automated to enhance communication and mitigate risk.

Download the 3 Ways Automation Will Help You Monitor Financial Rules and Regulations and go from awareness to execution.

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Certent, Inc. is a leading provider of software and services for equity compensation and financial disclosure management and reporting. Founded in 2002, Certent serves more than 2,400 public, private, and pre-IPO companies with innovative stock plan management, regulatory compliance and reporting technology. With five global offices, Certent delivers confidence across mission-critical finance and HR processes.

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