Continuous Accounting: Hyatt Hotels' Modern Approach to Closing the Books
Is your R2R still operating in the past? Do you want to move it into the future?
Thirty-one years ago, the average home price was slightly over $89k, Back to the Future was in theaters, the World Wide Web didn’t exist, and Microsoft Excel was just being introduced.
Today, it's time to say goodbye to Excel.
Technology and process improvements combined have transformed and modernized the way Finance and Accounting teams work – and a new automated approach to the Record-to-Report process, called Continuous Accounting, represents a paradigm shift in accounting operations and ends the reliance on Excel spreadsheets for critical accounting activities.
Hyatt Hotels shares its R2R Transformation success
Find out how Hyatt Hotels transformed the R2R process so reporting is real-time and task management is integrated with reconciliation data. Register below to hear Travis Curl from Hyatt Hotels and Susan Parcells from BlackLine explain how technology and process improvements are transforming today's R2R.
This is the modern look of Record-to-Report at Hyatt:
Does it reflect your operations? If not, register now to find out how Hyatt transformed audits into a "non-event" and dramatically improved visibility across 200+ hotels.
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- Find out about the tangible benefits of continuous accounting
- Learn how to transform legacy record-to-report processes
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