A month-end maturity model for Microsoft Dynamics NAV: From misery to mastery to wizardry

There's no doubt that "days to close the books" is a metric that every controller and CFO would improve if they could. Shorter closes mean understanding last month's financial performance in time to make well informed decisions and better allocation of resources.

Despite this eagerness to settle their prior month adjustments and postings, we encounter clients that take far too long to close their month (or worse, they never perform a month-end).


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About Ramin Marghi

Ramin Marghi, CPA, CGA, is a seasoned accountant and ERP consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the information systems and professional services industry. He is skilled in finance/accounting, reporting, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, working with databases, and "doing general tech-y stuff." Catapult offers the ebook "Mastering Month-End Closing with Dynamics NAV" at this link

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