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What Executives Need to Know About the New Revenue Recognition Standards, Part 2

If you’re just joining in now, feel free to go back to part 1 of this blog series. If not, here is a quick recap: There isn’t much time left to come up with a plan for the new revenue recognition guidelines since they are coming into effect in 2018. There are a lot of factors and hard work that go into complying with these new standards, so we've simplified the process by taking a three-step approach to help you on your journey to increasing compliance.

What Executives Need to Know About the New Revenue Recognition Standards, Part 1

Is your team ready for the new international revenue recognition standards? Chances are you’ve got a small army working on this problem, but how will your business be affected? Are you on track or behind? Is there risk that your policies, procedures, and systems are not going to be ready in time for compliance? Even the most forward thinking businesses acknowledge that they’re on a journey to find the best methods and systems for institutionalizing best practice into their accounting departments.

An Industry Game Changer: Exari's Universal Contract Data Model for the Win

Even after eight years since the financial crisis, we are still seeing firms continue to recover and take critical steps to put strategies in place for improvement. Firms are focusing on reducing their costs, while increasing their ability to respond to the changing regulations around ensuring financial health.

The Truth About In-House Counsel and the Growth of Legal Automation

Once organizations reach a certain size, companies will have to face a constant balancing act: deciding whether (and how much) to bring legal staff on as full-time employees. As in-house counsel, I recognize the unique value outside lawyers bring to the table. They can provide important expertise, offer a second opinion, and jump into a project when in-house counsel get swamped. At the same time, companies are becoming increasingly aware that it makes sense not only to have smart lawyers on speed dial, but to actually bring them into the office and embrace legal automation.

Cloud Software Rains on End-Users

Do DNS attacks mean you should have a backup plan?

Last week, DNS attacks leveled key gateways leading to dozens of outages amongst business applications. For so many companies who have become dependent on SaaS applications or cloud-based services it was a scary event that at a minimum led to a loss of productivity.

“Contract Theory” Economists Celebrated with Nobel Prize

In Cambridge, just across the Charles River from Exari’s Boston headquarters, MIT’s Bengt Holmström and Harvard’s Oliver Hart have spent decades researching contracts, both how they look and how they shape our world and daily lives. On Monday, they were awarded the 2016 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science for their research into “Contract Theory.”