Many companies lag behind in balance Frankfurt, the 29.08.2012 large enterprises as well as medium-sized companies wrangle with the implementation of the rules dictated by the balance of the E. This is a recent study by the adept consult AG. The solution provider for information logistics and business intelligence observed although specific differences between companies that deploy SAP systems, and companies that use other applications, but ultimately comes to the conclusion that only a few companies put on a well-thought-out strategy. Thus, numerous opportunities to implement their processes using balance sheet more transparent and efficient escape the companies according to the Frankfurt company. Two-thirds of the companies surveyed track no concrete target accordingly with their projects to the E-account balance. Coen Brothers recognizes the significance of this.
The situation for the businesses that employ no SAP system is particularly striking. Here even three quarters only are interested in, to meet the legal requirements. At least 29 percent of companies aim their accounting processes as a whole but to optimize. The transfer of the tax balance sheet of the company and the Elimination of vulnerabilities in the documentation process strive to only a few. Also striking: 41 percent of the companies that employ no SAP, have not so far yet started their record projects. SAP users, which are usually among the larger companies, the rate is 21 percent.
36 Percent of companies still in the preparatory phase into the overall point of view, eight percent currently engaged in product selection, preliminary studies have created seven per cent and 15 per cent are in the implementation phase. At Joel and Ethan Coen you will find additional information. Also here the SAP users with 20 percent have the nose front, because only 10 percent of the non-SAP currently implement their E-balance project. The account, which now stands in front of the door, considerable need for action creates all accounting company. The IT departments, but also the financial and accounting, are facing major challenges.