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John Hoebler

As the practice lead for the Technology Service Line, John focuses on overall strategy, business development, practice development and client delivery.  He leverages more than twenty years of experience to help finance teams leverage technology to streamline processes and meet organizational goals. Click here to read John's full bio.
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How IT can help your accounting function prepare for rev rec

Contributing Author: Brian Evans

This blog post was featured on CIO.com as part of John Hoebler's blog series titled "Finance Meets the Cloud." 

Accounting standard ASC606 is a notable change to the way revenue is recognized and reported from contracts. Organizations have mostly managed to track...

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Can your rev rec software support these complex challenges?

Contributing Author: Tracy Abruzzo

This blog post was featured on CIO.com as part of John Hoebler's blog series titled "Finance Meets the Cloud." 

In an earlier post, I discussed many of the key challenges in accounting for revenue under ASC 606. In my last column, I detailed the four key system...

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What to Look for in a Technology Solution for Rev Rec

Collaborating Author: Tracy Abruzzo

This blog post was featured on CIO.com as part of John Hoebler's blog series titled "Finance Meets the Cloud." 

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3 ways that revenue recognition will impact IT

Collaborating Author: Tracy Abruzzo

This blog post was featured on CIO.com as part of John Hoebler's blog series titled "Finance Meets the Cloud." 

Has your CFO been talking about something called revenue recognition that's supposed to go live next year? It’s a completely new five-step model...

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Can I capitalize my system implementation or get tax advantages?

This blog post was featured on CIO.com as part of John Hoebler's blog series titled "Finance Meets the Cloud." With the introduction of software as a service, organizations need to understand and evaluate their options to account for their SaaS implementation expenses for both book and tax...

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Implementing a new system? How involved should you be? Part II

Are you planning on implementing a new accounting or finance system, but you’re not sure of how involved you should be? This three-part blog series clarifies this dilemma by answering four simple questions: why, who, when and how you should be involved in the process.

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Implementing a new system? How involved should you be? Part I

Are you planning on implementing a new accounting or finance system, but you’re not sure of how involved you should be? This three-part blog series clarifies this dilemma by answering four simple questions: why, who, when and how you should be involved in the process.

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What role should the CFO play in a system implementation?

This blog post was featured on CIO.com as part of John Hoebler's blog series titled "Finance Meets the Cloud."

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Oracle buys NetSuite: What does this mean?

This blog post was featured on CIO.com as part of John Hoebler's blog series titled "Finance Meets the Cloud."

What does Oracle's acquisition of NetSuite mean for companies that are looking to move their finance function into the cloud? What does it mean for current NetSuite users? How will...

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The role of the BHAG in your software selection process

This blog post was featured on CIO.com as part of John Hoebler's blog series titled "Finance Meets the Cloud."

In previous posts, we discussed the importance of balancing the current capabilities of cloud based finance and accounting systems against future requirements. In this post, we will...

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