It’s a festival in India today, so to all Indians, Happy Sankrant (the harvest festival). I hope you are enjoying my posts. I have not seen much feedback, except from people known to me, but the subscription is slowly increasing to the site.
As the processes mature, “Record to Report” or “R2R” is considered for outsourcing or moving to the back office. Although in my initial listing, I had shown reconciliations separately, however, since it affects multiple functions, depending on the function it can be classified differently. Here now the level of complexity of the function starts increasing. The need for people who have subject knowledge is felt. Commerce graduates, people doing Chartered Accountancy / CPA, finance specializations and majors or those who have completed these qualifications come in vogue.
- Record to Report
- Multiple systems
- Subsidiary to main set of books
- General Accounting
- Journal Entries
- Intercompany accounting
- Book closures
- Trial Balance preparation
- Cost Accounting
We will continue with this list in the next post as well. I am yet to come across some dedicated site for the R2R function, like P2P or O2C. Most of the sites which have some content on this function are from various outsourcers, from Oracle, SAP and other ERP vendors. The documentation of these ERP solutions are a good source of information, used by the accounting departments.
So much for today, enjoy your weekend.
Hi, I would like to know more about the process in detail.
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This will come up after some time on our posts.
The information you are publishing is very useful. It is like checklist if something is missing in our understanding and helpful in value proposition. I am interested in understanding the mortgage process that back office specializes.
Our current focus is on FAO. We will reach out to some SMEs on mortgage processes. Is there anything specific that you are looking at?