The ERP vendor's maintenance agreement has long been considered a mandatory line item, but it may be time to give it a closer look.
ERP installations often don't go as well as expected. Five stories help explain how to do it right.
U.S. companies are throwing off cash but still investing tepidly in capital expenditures and inventory.
Analyzing data may be second nature to finance chiefs, but can they get their C-suite colleagues to buy in?
The business of financing capital spending grew 6.7% last year, down from 9.3% in 2013.
Many companies are back to the habit of holding on tightly to their cash reserves. Is a softening in business confidence to blame?
Mobile payments, virtual credit cards, a faster ACH system, bitcoin — new payments technologies have CFOs re-evaluating their strategies.
Same Day ACH will mean quicker settlement of electronic payments via the automated clearinghouse network.
By year's end, treasurers and other investors will have a smaller supply of highly rated commercial paper and short-duration corporate debt to invest…
Institutional managers see fewer credit defaults and narrower spreads coming in Europe, but their outlook for North America worsens.