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At Multiview, we strive to stay true to our mission. We operate under five core values, one of them being client obsessed, and that means going beyond customer needs to make their journey a seamless experience. We realized the power of creating a people-centric organization that values clients. We do this by supporting the financial departments of our clients’ operations, and in this critical environment, there is a need to be focused and responsive.
There are two filing cabinets behind the front desk at my optometrist’s office – To Be Paid and Paid. The simple answer is sometimes the right answer. Sometimes, all you need is excel.
I see it all the time, where businesses over-think solutions to problems that might be best solved using excel. At other times, they don’t even start projects because they are searching for perfection and trying to solve too many problems at once.
Accountants need to steer clear of the sunken cost trap and force their way into the value measurement position. The leadership team steering the ship needs to keep a steady hand looking at the future.
The Future of Healthcare: Combining Clinical (EMR) and Financial (ERP) Data Will Improve Health System Outcomes
Whether it’s an EMR or ERP or any other new technology needs, all health systems will require the best in the now, and in the next. Multiview can provide tools that better align and allow those particular institutions to grow into what they truly need to be for their communities. Justin DeNegri sat down to discuss the healthcare industry and the shifts he sees as the new way forward.
Justin Winchiu, Multiview CFO, describes the CFO relationship to a Controller through the metaphor of the intertwined chain of events when building a house.
In this guest post, Andy McQuarrie (The Hillman Company) explains how Agile finance will change your ability to impact your organization. It occurs when accounting and data analytics are combined, resulting in a supercharged discipline. Let’s step back and take a high-level look at how accounting and data analytics are perceived.
Last week this mug arrived at my doorstep as a gift from our CFO – Justin Winchiu.
It reads, “EBITDAC – Earnings before interest, taxes. Depreciation, amortization – and coronavirus.” Hashtag EBITDAC was trending on Instagram with 133 related posts. The accounting crowd was posting mug pics and many had LOL emojis in the comments. A lighter moment in an otherwise serious time.
Having remote employees has been a growing trend in recent years; however, that trend has clearly shifted into the norm in recent weeks. As more employees are logging in from home, it is critical they have access to business-essential tools.