Data enables better decision-making and smarter insights to drive operational excellence. Are you fully harnessing the power of analytics and data science for your organization?
The MorganFranklin team offers insights into the top government finance challenges discussed at the AGA PDT 2016 in Anaheim, CA.
The DATA Act: Vision & Value is the first-ever in-depth research paper on the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 2014 (DATA Act).
We uncovered big insights about G-Invoicing at this year’s American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC) Professional Development Institute (PDI).
Did you miss the AGA ERM & Internal Controls Forum? We discuss the top ten key takeaways of successful ERM implementation.
Our team of revenue recognition advisors share key insights and real-world guidance about the adoption and implementation of the new revenue standard (ASC Topic 606).
This showcase event for the Department of Defense provided deep insights into audit readiness, innovations, and industry trends.
The AGA National Leadership Training (NLT) in Washington, DC was an exciting two day forum that brought together hundreds of financial management professionals to discuss best practices and common challenges encountered by today’s government workforce.
Did you miss the 2016 ICR Conference, Wall Street’s premier growth company event? Read a recap of top trends and conversations, and get an inside look at this outstanding event.
These nine lessons learned from Morgan Franklin Consulting’s Chris Clapp, Director and Michael Dandalides, Manager offer insight how companies can best prepare for an initial public offering (IPO).
In this MorganFranklin Consulting exclusive, Executive Director Dee Mirando-Gould goes beyond the challenges of the new standard to explore not only the biggest risk areas but also the potential rewards.
An interview with OnDeck CFO Howard Katzenberg on the journey to an IPO—and now life after the bell—for the technology-powered lender.
A first-hand account from corporate fraud investigator and retired FBI Agent Charlie Price on why people—not data—hold the key to unraveling complex white-collar crimes.
NetSuite’s semiannual upgrade is here and it provides increased functionality across the entire platform and UI. What can you expect from the 2015.2 release Projects enhancements?
An interview with Kristina Tanasichuk on how GTSC helps small and midsized companies band together to bring innovation, creativity, and exceptionalism from successful businesses to the homeland and national security missions.
“Little T” offers a targeted, cost-effective, and more tactical approach to large-scale corporate transformation.
Did you know that when employees use the messaging and chat features of social media applications, they are sending messages beyond the company firewall? During a fraud investigation, this data may not be recoverable.
A targeted approach to finance transformation should begin with purpose, planning, and effective communication across business and financial functions.
The act of transformation, the driver of change, is a multifaceted endeavor, but if it is approached with a strategic and well-planned roadmap, it is possible to pull off.
Maybe “the call” actually isn’t from a phone at all, but rather a social media post, a letter, or an email. Whatever the method, it’s what every business leader hopes will never happen, and it all leads down the same path: the report of financial fraud or corruption.
We’ve talked at length about the evolution of the term “finance transformation,” as the past decade has shown considerable shifts from large-scale initiatives to more strategic efforts. With 2015 already underway, what’s next for transformation?
Nearly all companies are required to file 1099s by January 31, 2015. With the deadline just around the corner, how should they proceed? Follow this five-step process.
Should your company implement NetSuite’s new requisition module? Answer these three questions to ensure that your procurement process and organizational structure align with the new features.
How do companies define finance transformation today? Our expert reflects on the history of transformation, its continued evolution in 2015 and beyond, and the growing appeal of accomplishing quick wins.
Our experts explain why investing properly in hiring may be the biggest challenge for companies experiencing accelerated growth.
Office optimization and management principles require steadfast focus in four key areas to attain leaner, faster, and more secure family office environments.
If your organization is focused on a sale or going public, the path to achieving long-term, sustainable value is paved with any number of challenges.
Rapid growth calls for careful planning and prioritization—and sometimes it means putting non-revenue-generating projects on the back burner. What are the top five considerations early-stage growth companies cannot afford to overlook?
As NetSuite grows and evolves, so does the type of NetSuite customer. Large companies and government can benefit from the cloud-based software’s agility, speed to deployment, and ease of use.
We’ve said it before: Preparing for an IPO is not just an accounting effort. Some of the biggest IPO readiness milestones occur across other arms of the business.
Best practices, solutions for common challenges, and insights from leading government financial management professionals and industry experts.
A 2014 MorganFranklin Consulting research study finds that 43% of survey participants expect to complete a significant acquisition in the coming year. Read the full report 2014 Outlook on Fast-Growing Companies.
How can you get the most out of your Host Analytics investment? Consider these five key items to maximize the use and effectiveness of your application.
If you weren’t in attendance, we share the top five highlights coming out of Host Analytics World 2014.
On July 1, MorganFranklin Consulting launched a semimonthly, on-demand, eight-part NetSuite Top Tips webinar series sharing tips for maximizing NetSuite investments.
If you weren’t in San Jose for SuiteWorld 2014, read highlights of this year’s conference and the upcoming releases for NetSuite’s cloud-based solutions.
Are federal agencies truly audit-ready? Read our recap of the annual training for meeting the challenges of today’s defense financial manager.
MorganFranklin Consulting is proud to introduce the inaugural issue of Core Confidence magazine, now available online.
MorganFranklin Consulting and FierceCFO unveil the top trends and perspectives of professionals preparing for finance transformation. Read the results of the new 2014 research study.
What you need to know about the SEC OCIE’s new sample list of requests for information to proactively address recent cybersecurity breaches.
Did you miss Collaborate 2014? Read a recap of hot topics from the annual Oracle user community event—from new PeopleSoft 9.2 features to Fusion Applications SaaS.
Were you in the audience for our April 8 Women’s Initiative executive panel? The latest installment of the Architect Your Life event series centered on what it takes to be successful in rapid-growth entrepreneurial environments.
By harnessing predictive and prescriptive analytics to provide better insights, businesses can achieve higher levels of productivity and profitability in three key areas.
If you weren’t among the 1,200 professionals at the sold-out March 2014 ASMC PDI training, read all of the highlights here.
On March 5, panelists from the Motley Fool, BlueDelta Capital Partners, and OPNET Technologies joined MorganFranklin at the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce for an engaging session on IT strategies for growth companies.
The path to audit readiness can feel like a tornado of activity. But attaining an unqualified audit opinion can be broken down into three simple stages.
Did you miss the 2014 Association of Government Accountants (AGA) National Leadership Training (NLT) in D.C.? Read the event recap here.
Does your organization have what it takes to drive accelerated growth? Before IPO preparation can begin, ask yourself these five key questions.
The IPO process doesn’t end when you ring the bell. It is equally important to establish lasting capabilities that will drive future performance.
How do you know if a cloud-based finance solution is right for your organization?
Understanding how to control risk and how risk can impact federal financial management are the first steps in becoming audit-ready.
The role of the modern CIO is changing. No longer simply focused on key IT infrastructure, today’s CIO is taking on a more substantial role.
It’s time once again for NetSuite’s planned semiannual upgrades. Learn about the key dates and features that are in store for release version 2014.1.
Becoming a data-driven organization yields numerous benefits—but it doesn’t happen overnight. The journey to building a “data analytics hub” begins with three steps.
Today’s IPO readiness includes broader capabilities gained through a combination of process improvement and technology optimization.
If NetSuite’s business solution is at the center of your organization, it may be time to REPORT & INTEGRATE.
Your business is evolving—and so should the tools used to support it. Are you ready to ENHANCE & OPTIMIZE?
Whether you are a new NetSuite customer or an existing user adding on new modules, start thinking about how to IMPLEMENT a solution that is tailored to your needs.
When it comes to failed transformation efforts, there are some common threads that every company wants to avoid.
Data-driven organizations are more profitable and productive than their peers—but creating one is a journey. It requires the integration of four types of business analytics capabilities.
So you’re ready for an IPO. But do you have the correct team in place to get it done right? No two teams are alike, but for most IPO readiness efforts, three key skill sets are essential.
Every IPO involves a cast of the usual suspects: the board of directors, corporate leadership, auditors, SEC counsel, underwriter counsel, investors, and analysts. But is someone missing from the table?
Before going public, a company must first assess the people, processes, and technology that are necessary as part of its IPO readiness process.