Fusion5 and sustainability reporting

Data is the backbone of your business. It lives in your planning, budgets, forecasts, reporting, sales and operations management!

But — it’s fragile. You have got to be able to trust your data.

Mandatory climate-related disclosures have added to the financial reporting requirements for many public and private sector organisations.  Sustainability accounting practices are now unavoidable.

Knowing how to utilise your data to meet these complex reporting requirements is key to the efficiency of your accounting systems and processes. Many businesses are learning how to navigate these challenges whilst meeting the compliance requirements.

If you need help with simplifying your financial reporting including ESG reporting, carbon reporting, emissions reporting, or sustainability reporting or you'd like to understand how to simplify reporting with the addition of automated processes - Talk to us today.


So, how can you say goodbye to data silos and free up your team’s time with automation? 

If you’d like a framework to evaluate when you should automate vs rely on manual planning & reporting approaches in this 30 minute webinar you'll learn:

"We had over 1,000 spreadsheets. Fusion5 brought all that together and now we've eliminated over 980 of them."

Audrey Scheurich, Financial General Manager, Genesis
  1. The top five challenges with using spreadsheets for planning and reporting, and how to overcome them
  2. The evaluation framework to identify when you should use automated vs manual approaches
  3. How Fusion5 works with organisations to help them achieve an optimal balance between manual and automated planning and reporting processes
Great outcomes start with great conversations

Great outcomes start with great conversations

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Request a consultation today and let our local experts help you to digitise, optimise and automate your way to success.

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