Companies come to BlackLine, Inc. (Nasdaq: BL) because their traditional manual accounting processes are not sustainable. BlackLine’s cloud-based solutions and market-leading customer service help companies move to modern accounting by unifying their data and processes, automating repetitive work, and driving accountability through visibility. BlackLine provides solutions for financial close management, accounting automation, and intercompany governance, helping large enterprises and midsize companies across all industries do accounting work better, faster, and with more control.
CPE Webcast: 2023 predictions for finance and accounting
As organizations plan for continued supply chain disruptions, talent scarcity, and market uncertainty, accounting leaders are finding ways to innovate, automate, and scale to meet organizational demands.
CPE Webcast: Today’s must-have accounting skills for tomorrow’s growth
Amid fierce competition and ongoing disruption, accounting and finance leaders play an increasingly critical role: providing vital consultancy, analysis, planning, and due diligence to ensure sound decision-making.
e-Book: Finance Automation: Thriving in the Age of Change
While most accounting teams have replaced their manual accounting practices with an updated, digital version, many are still following the old rules, such as close-related tasks being completed on a certain day of the month.
CPE Webcast: Thriving in the age of change
Finance automation solutions are enabling corporations to improve accuracy, execute tighter controls, and decrease risk. Accountants and auditors are unleashed to be more proactive, focus on complex and judgmental areas, and drive strategic business decisions.
e-Book: Pandemic paves way for new financial audit process
This e-Book from Compliance Week and audit cloud software vendor BlackLine Systems focuses on how companies are enhancing their audit processes amid the ongoing pandemic.
CPE Webcast: A crash course to achieving a seamless audit process
Company management and their auditors might not see eye to eye on everything. But clients and their third-party examiners have the common goal of implementing strong controls that are performed and documented consistently.
CPE Webcast: Why compliance & audit should support modern accounting
Traditional, manual accounting is not sustainable, and it can have negative downstream effects for compliance and audit teams. To modernize the way companies work, organizations must automate the manual, mundane processes that are holding them back.
e-Book: Automate your accounting process: Wring out financial fraud
A recent CW Webcast, sponsored by BlackLine and recapped here, discusses how automation can create a more efficient and effective approach to your accounting process.
CPE Webcast: Understanding risks & compliance
Are you keeping up with your organization’s evolving risk landscape, or are those risks keeping you up at night? Fraud and restatements are happening every day, and it’s important to recognize that your company is consistently exposed to risk.
CPE Webcast: Advancing the audit despite disruption
There’s no question that F&A teams have been disrupted by the ongoing pandemic. In fact, nearly half of respondents in a recent survey said that closing virtually with a distributed workforce impacts the audit and other third-party engagements.
Webcast: Innovations emerge as internal audit adapts
COVID-19 has undoubtably presented new challenges for companies around the world. Most were required to rapidly shift to remote work environments, and some have even had to adjust their business models.
CPE Webcast: Ground rules for ensuring SOX compliance from anywhere
The ramifications of the coronavirus crisis will long outlast it—including how companies will close the books and ensure SOX compliance and where accounting and audit staff who perform these tasks will be located.
e-Book: A Roadmap for Auditors Tackling COVID-19 Challenges
The coronavirus pandemic has industries scrambling to rewrite the blueprints for effective operations, with auditors under pressure to perform.
CPE Webcast: Best practices for enabling remote audit with tech
Although company management and auditors may not see eye to eye on everything, they can agree that teams must find new ways to effectively work together during the COVID-19 crisis.
Webcast: Understanding risks & compliance
Fraud and restatements are happening every day, and it’s important to recognize that your company is consistently exposed to risk. Change is constant, and the stakes are high.
Webcast: How to reduce audit burdens
Accounting and audit teams are continually being asked to interact with and coordinate compliance initiatives on a more frequent basis. For organizations juggling multiple audits, such as SOX, operational audits, or financial reporting, information redundancy, competing deadlines, and large numbers of audit requirements quickly present challenges.
Webcast: Reducing time, cost & risk with accounting automation
Company management and their auditors might not see eye to eye on everything. But clients and their third-party examiners typically agree that the audit process could be improved.
Webcast: Getting the audit scores you want
Many organizations today need to adhere to stringent audit and compliance rules to prove they’re following established guidelines and regulations. An automated compliance approach centralizes audit information, and provides easier access to key controls and status. Furthermore, automation can reduce labor intensive costs and non-value-added time often associated with manual ...
How to Effectively Achieve Sustainable Compliance
SOX has been in effect for more than 15 years, yet many companies still haven’t streamlined key elements of their compliance process. Spreadsheets and email remain the most common way to manage the data collection and affirmations that compliance requires. Software designed to manage compliance can provide strong controls that ...
Upping Your Compliance Game
Despite increasing rules and regulations, the risk of fraud looms large. That’s why Scientific Games, a leader in the gaming and lottery industries, is not one to gamble with compliance and controls. As an advanced user of BlackLine Task Management, they had exhausted the product’s limits.