In this report, we describe the 13 respondents to our survey in terms of their industries and cloud portfolios. We then compare their high-level IT spending metrics against our standard industry benchmarks, document the savings they achieved, analyze their spending line items and substantiate their greater spending on innovation as opposed to ongoing support. We conclude this study with recommendations on developing a strategic road map for full migration to the cloud.
“Robotic process automation” is in the middle of radically reshaping the way accountants do their work. Armanino’s Lindy Antonelli offers an introduction to RPA and it will mean for the profession in the future.
Google makes its e-mail the most secure on the planet, LinkedIn aims to make business chat snappier, a new digital bank for small businesses, and other new technology developments for you and your clients.
The final version of the tax bill struck by Congressional negotiators would continue to subsidize municipal bonds that help businesses to finance infrastructure projects such as airports and toll roads, dropping one provision that threatened to cut sales of tax-exempt debt by tens of billions of dollars starting next year.
Two years ago, the Financial Accounting Standards Board decided to defer the effective date of the revenue recognition standard for a year until Dec. 15, 2017 for public companies to give them more time to adjust to the new standard and to work out some kinks in the far-reaching rules. The deferred effective date arrived Friday, and many companies still aren’t ready.
Last-minute changes to the Republican tax bill contain an unpleasant surprise for married couples who make between $600,000 and $1 million: They won’t be getting as big a tax cut as lawmakers planned earlier.
Amazon.com Inc. will pay 100 million euros ($118 million) to the Italian tax authorities for the period of 2011-2015 in a settlement that closes the fiscal probe by the country’s tax police, Italy’s Revenue Agency said in an emailed statement Friday.
You know it’s the pathway for HR to become an indispensable part of business leadership. But to get started now, you need buy-in. Decision-makers need to see that HR analytics isn’t just about refining old operational or compliance-related processes, but about increasing business value for the whole organization.