Getting funding for a new ERP system is simple in theory: you just have to convince your decision-makers that your project's benefits will exceed the costs. The tough part is to account for hidden costs on one side of the ledger, and indirect benefits on the other. How can you perform an ROI analysis that presents your executives with a complete, airtight case for ERP? Find out in "Return on Investment (ROI) Analysis for ERP Replacement."
Audit committees at public companies will have plenty on their agendas this year, according to a pair of new reports from KPMG, including new accounting standards, the new tax law, cyber security and more.