Financials
Huge time and cost savings.

The demands on companies’ finance departments have become too complex to simply limit them to the role of "number crunchers" anymore. They are required to comply with an increasing number of regulations, while also satisfying reporting requirements within ever shorter reporting and planning cycles. They are also required to take growing market uncertainties into consideration in order to make sound decisions. On top of that comes: greater pressure to reduce organization costs despite growing complexity. The solution to this is called Simple Finance, because it visibly simplifies all of the relevant processes.

Simplification is the strategic order of the day. SAP has provided the perfect solution portfolio to help you meet these challenges, a fourth-generation business suite called S/4 HANA: In addition to the core components of SAP Accounting and SAP Cash Management, it also includes integrated planning. The unique features: Digital workflows become much simpler, since eliminating the previous fragmentation seen in finance departments has now made it technically possible to map processes in a single system with just one step. More efficient management and greater process efficiency through integrated financial reporting are some of the key benefits and lead to enormous time and cost savings.

Our S/4 HANA experts accompany you along the road to lasting complexity reduction - with dedication, more expedient project methods and experience gathered over the course of numerous projects.

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Dr. Ingo Neumann

Contact

msg treorbis GmbH
Bei dem Neuen Krahn 2
20457 Hamburg

+49 40 3344150-0
+49 40 3344150-99

info@msg-treorbis.de

The msg group

msg treorbis GmbH is part of msg, an independent international group of companies with autonomous regional companies and subsidiaries and over 7,000 employees.

The msg group is active in over 25 countries in the banking, insurance, automotive, food, life science & healthcare, public sector, telecommunications, travel & logistics and utilities sectors.