Financial Consolidation - US GAAP

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Financial consolidation is riddled with complexities across multiple legal entities, account structures, intercompany eliminations, currency translations, and changing regulatory requirements. With Anaplan US GAAP consolidation, you can speed the financial close with a single platform that connects across your statutory and management reporting, budgeting, planning, and forecasting processes—all while complying with US GAAP standards.

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App Last Updated
June 3rd, 2016
Size
4.84 GB
Language
English
Connects to
Can connect to the Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting app or any other software that with actual financial data.
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App stats

Modules
171
Roles
6
Formulas
1476
Reports
83
Complexity
Master

Why Anaplan for Financial Consolidation - US GAAP?

Automate every steps of the US GAAP consolidation, from data import to adjustments, eliminations and currency translation, all the way to reporting—all on a real-time connected platform that fastens the consolidation cycle and close process
Flexible management of the entity or account structures and powerful multi-dimensionality support effective management reporting and reconciliation between statutory and management consolidations
Enhanced integration between statutory, management and tax consolidations with a single version of the truth. Ability to integrate across multiple functions on a single consolidation platform.
Ease of configuration and administration in a cloud environment shorten implementation cycles and increase user-adoption.

 

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Automate every steps of the US GAAP consolidation, from data import to adjustments, eliminations and currency translation, all the way to reporting—all on a real-time connected platform that fastens the consolidation cycle and close processFlexible management of the entity or account structures and powerful multi-dimensionality support effective management reporting and reconciliation between statutory and management consolidations