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The technology revolution in financial processes

The technological revolution has been one of the main drivers of digital transformation in the financial sector, especially in Financial Planning. Emerging technologies are improving financial processes in many ways, making them more efficient, faster, transparent and secure. In addition, they allow accessing and managing information and integrating data necessary for decision-making and negotiations, increasing the quality and accuracy of financial planning.

The creation of financial ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems has been one of the main tools of the technological revolution in financial management. Before the development of this type of software, the company's financial management was carried out with Excel spreadsheets, printed documents and manual processes that demanded a lot of time and resources.

In the constant search for innovations and technology trends in the market, GLOBALBLUE currently operates in partnership with ERP OMIE [GBSYSTEM], which transforms all manual processes into 100% digital, making processes automated and strategic.

The System provides modules that range from the operational area to the company's strategy. Allows you to manage all aspects of a business with a few clicks, in an intuitive interface, management is divided into three centers: managerial, strategic and operational.

The main benefits and reduction of impacts are:

· Data security according to the LGPD

· Process automation

· Financial control

· Billing rule

· Error reduction

· Consultation of restrictions and business history with the FEDERAL REVENUE

· Commercial management for decision making according to customer analysis

· Management reports and graphics generation

· Contract management

· Automated submission of invoice to the regulatory body

· Automated sending of invoices

In the constant evolution of technology, using a Financial ERP with advanced data analysis resources allows efficient and strategic financial management for the real needs of the Service Provider and Borrower.


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