How mature is your organization when it comes to intercompany transactions? Spend five minutes and find out for yourself.
As defined by Ventana Research, intercompany financial management (IFM) is a discipline for structuring and handling transactions within a corporation and between its legal entities that is designed to maximize staff efficiency and accounting accuracy while also optimizing tax exposure, minimizing tax leakage, and ensuring consistent tax and regulatory compliance.
Better execution of IFM can have a meaningful impact on the bottom line, improve financial control, and reduce reputational and other risks. So, how do you stack up against your peers?
To assist organizations in gauging their readiness and need for IFM, Ventana has developed a quick diagnostic in the form of a self-assessment survey. Comprising of 19 brief questions, the self-assessment is designed to determine your organization’s readiness to “take action” in your current environment.
Based on your responses, the assessment will characterize your organization’s readiness in the area of focus and immediately offer recommendations based on Ventana’s Benchmark Research and experience in IFM.