How to Eliminate Intercompany Errors with AGIS at #C18LV

How to Eliminate Intercompany Errors with AGIS

Global companies face a common challenge balancing intercompany accounts across ledgers. Failure to balance intercompany accounts and identify and eliminate intercompany transactions may put the company at audit risk.

I spoke about this issue at last year’s Collaborate conference, and I’m looking forward to returning this year to tackle it again. If you’re attending Collaborate 18 (April 22-26 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas), I encourage you to register for my session to learn how with AGIS your company can eliminate intercompany errors:

Collaborate 18 Session: Advanced Global Intercompany System (AGIS) – Simply Balance!

9:45 AM–10:45 AM Apr 24, 2018
South Seas Ballroom H

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We’ll cover how to: 

  • Convey best practices using cloud intercompany balancing
  • Educate the community on available functionality in the cloud
  • Provide an actual business case where the company fixed all out of balance issues through the use of intercompany accounting

When you implement AGIS you can ensure that intercompany transactions are agreed to by all involved parties, the transaction balances across ledgers and are identified with the intercompany segment in your chart of accounts.

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About the Author

Matthew is the managing director of Perficient's Oracle ERP practice. He has 19 years of experience in Oracle Financial Applications which include 5 large-scale, global, full cycle implementations across multiple industries and multiple countries across Europe and Latin America, plus upgrades across many release of Oracle EBS.  Matthew has extensive application experience in General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Fixed Assets.  In addition he has managed implementations ranging from 2-3 people to as many as 100 people.  Matthew is personable, and has both excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Matthew has experience conducting workshops– both formal and informal and is charged with driving design sessions.   Matthew’s application experience extends into supply chain modules including purchasing, order management, and inventory, and with that he is able to guide our clients through month end and financial reporting, seamlessly, end to end.

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