Recent news and insights to keep you up to date and on track—defining fraud, artificial intelligence in finance, the best advice for entrepreneurs, and more.
"The greatest benefits of automated processes come from the finance’s ability to [provide] insights on the macro trends that we see driving our business."
By: The Center Team
Recent news and insights to keep you up to date and on track—revisiting employee retention, the new CFO mandate, charting the course to IPO, and more.
Recent news and insights to keep you up to date and on track—what happens when harsh reality meets startup fantasy, reclaiming your time, growing a virtual office, and more.
We believe that when people have the right information, in the right environment, they make the right choices. Our research backed it up.
Recent news and insights to keep you up to date and on track—the cost of growth, what to do with all that data, becoming a better entrepreneur, and more.
Spreadsheets are ubiquitous in everyday business, but they have their limitations. Here are some simple fixes for the most pervasive problems.
Thinking strategically about perks, communicating clearly, and revisiting regularly will help you create a strong fiscal culture that supports your goals.
Recent news and insights to keep you up to date and on track—the rise of the machines, capital allocation strategies, a novel interviewing method, and more.
We surveyed 300 employees to get a handle on employee attitudes toward business travel in the age of Uber and Airbnb.
According to our budget survey, it's two key factors working together that drive success.
Budgeting should be a team effort, but our research revealed that it often isn’t.
Discretionary spend can have a significant impact on a business’s bottom line, but our recent survey shows that many leaders lack visibility.
Business needs change rapidly, but most budgets don’t. Our research showed that more than half of business owners only touch them once a year.
Our recent survey reveals that in an era of increasing automation, most companies are still relying on outdated methods to manage their budgets.
In our recent study, we were surprised that more than three-quarters of companies gave themselves an A or B for overall budget effectiveness.
Our research shows that across the board, nearly two-thirds of companies go over budget at least sometimes.
By: Naveen Singh
What we found out when we asked 200+ companies of all sizes how they plan, spend, and track their budgets.
It’s an ideal time to get everyone on the same page and transform your budget into a strategic tool that helps your team achieve more.
The set-it-and-forget-it approach to budgeting leads to old data, bad habits, and inefficient uses of resources, when instead, budgets should be the tool companies use to put their strategic plans to work.
So what should companies do to modernize their budgeting?
While it might be a little early for budget-oriented New Year's resolutions, the last three months of 2017 are the ideal time to update your budget processes.
Recent news and insights to keep you up to date and on track—why cash flow matters more than profit, debunking common budgeting myths, and more.
Done right, budgets provide strategic insights and operational focus, but most budgets today are static, cumbersome, and out-of-date.
Discretionary spending most likely isn’t a line item in your budget, but it can have a surprisingly big impact on your bottom line.
The five key ways that top finance leaders add strategic value to their organizations, and how they can inspire more proactive budgeting.
At CenterCard, we see spending differently. Here’s what we believe and why.
Center CEO Naveen Singh explains the fundamental disconnect between strategy and spend and introduces CenterCard.