Posts Tagged ‘spreadsheets’

Taking the Fear Out of Mid-market Treasury Reporting

As a treasurer in a fast growing mid-market company, would you agree to this statement: Reporting is the most exciting task in treasury. No? Reporting is torturous to many treasurers, especially when done on spreadsheets. It is time consuming to collect financial data from bank portals and ERP systems. It is burdensome to chase controllers…

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Running Treasury on Spreadsheets: A No Go

For small treasury teams that are working with spreadsheets, fast company growth is a challenge. They have to handle day-to-day operations efficiently and securely in order to keep an overview on cash and risk positions. Let´s review why spreadsheets are not an option for expanding companies. 1.    Spreadsheets don’t grow with your business Treasury teams…

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Treasury Nightmares: Cash Forecasting with Spreadsheets

Treasury reporting can be a torture. Especially, when done in spreadsheets. For example, the CFO needs a cash forecast for the next year to understand how to fund an investment in Brazil. He asks his treasurer to put together a report until their next monthly meeting. The treasurer has never done a global forecast and…

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