Sept. 23, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Global e-commerce and online payments leader
is teaming up with financial and accounting software company
and enterprise application software leader
(NYSE: SAP) for a webinar entitled
" See How
Closes with Confidence Using Solutions from BlackLine and SAP Globally."
The webinar will be geared at finance, accounting, audit and compliance managers in mid- to enterprise-size organisations in the EMEA (
) region, an increasingly fast-growing market for BlackLine's
flagship account reconciliation software
The session will focus on how finance executives and compliance officers can further ensure the integrity of their balance sheets – and ultimately financial reports – by implementing enterprise-class financial software packages, such as
BlackLine's SaaS-based Financial
Close Suite, to automate the traditionally manual, labor-intensive and spreadsheet-driven account reconciliation process.
, senior manager of finance systems at eBay, will present a case study on the benefits of BlackLine, ease of integration with SAP® solutions, and return on investment (ROI) the
public company has realised since using BlackLine alongside SAP software on a global basis.
The webinar is designed to inform customers, whether operating in an environment of only SAP solutions or applications from multiple vendors, how account reconciliation process optimisation can help them achieve a quicker and more accurate financial close process. The session will demonstrate the importance of the account reconciliation process as a critical step on the path to "closing with confidence."
What: " See How eBay
Closes with Confidence by Using Solutions from BlackLine and SAP Globally"
24 September 2013
, 16.00 CEST / 15.00 BST / 10.00 EDT
Attendees will learn how, by automating their account reconciliations, they can
- Stefan Karl, chief solution expert, finance solutions, SAP
- Mario Spanicciati, executive director of EMEA & EVP of operations, BlackLine Systems
- Tom Hoover, senior manager, finance systems, eBay
- Virtually eliminate spreadsheets (and the manual errors that often come with them) from their account reconciliation process
- Automate traditionally manual accounting functions
- Have a faster, more efficient close cycle - maintaining more control and visibility worldwide, while reducing risk
- Realise exceptional ROI in a very short timeframe
- Improve the accuracy and timeliness of compliance reporting
- Manage compliance while servicing multiple locations
To register please go
BlackLine is an SAP software solution and technology partner in the
program. The company is also
a participant in SAP Store, the online e-commerce channel or "e-channel" for enterprise solutions and services from SAP and its partners, designed to provide SAP customers with information on relevant, complementary technology solutions that are certified by SAP.
BlackLine was named a 2011
SAP Pinnacle award
finalist in the "Software Solution Newcomer of the Year" category.
SAP Pinnacle awards are presented annually to the "best and brightest" of the SAP partner ecosystem, recognising partners that have excelled in developing and growing their partnerships with SAP and driving customer success.
About BlackLine Systems
BlackLine Systems was the first to develop and offer a commercially available Balance Sheet Account Reconciliation solution. An experienced provider of software to companies from the Fortune 100 to beyond the Fortune 1,000, BlackLine provides quick-to-implement, scalable and easy-to-use applications that automate the entire financial close process to help improve financial controls for companies of all sizes. With more than 75,000 users in over 100 countries, BlackLine software applications complement existing Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.
BlackLine offers clients its enterprise-class financial software in a simple and secure OnDemand/SaaS platform. With a proven track record and a commitment to customer success, BlackLine seeks to reduce the burden the financial close places on accounting and finance professionals.