The Rise of Finance Shared Services 2.0

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Aug. 22, 2013




The next generation Finance Shared Services Center (FSSC) adds value to nonfinance processes by becoming a core engine for analytics, transformation and project execution capabilities.

Many next-generation FSSC initiatives have become integral to the CFO agenda. Transformative from their inception, they have specific skill sets, innovative views, and the focus to become incubators for new ideas and future leaders.

This article discusses how FSSCs can advance the business to:

  • Drive the top line
  • Align with market needs
  • Handle integration
  • Impact the bottom line
  • Develop finance talent

The article includes four case studies: an energy company, a communications manufacturer, an entertainment giant and a financial solutions company.

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Contact KPMG
Don Mailliard
North America Leader – Financial Management
dmailliard@kpmg.com

Rick Bertheaud
Principal, Shared Services and Outsourcing Practice
rbertheaud@kpmg.com

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