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Controller

The key financial officer of a state, private, or Municipal Corporation, who is charged with certain specific responsibilities related to its financial affairs.

Cross-references

Comptroller.

See: caretaker, director, employer, principal, superintendent
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whether ERP systems impose their logic on Controllership functions, changing them.
Attempting to answer the main question, the following goal is presented: to evaluate whether the implantation of Shared Services (SS) of Controllership, as an area which generates management accounting information suitable for managers in 13 Latin American Countries to make decisions, satisfactorily contributes to the management process of the organization globally.
Controllership Foundation adopts Statement of Research Policy and Long-Range Research Program.
Part One deals with the broad management aspects of controllership in 12 chapters on such topics as the controller's responsibilities, effective costing practices, globalization, and investor relations and contains sections on additional controller functions in smaller companies, managing explosive growth, preventing employee turnover, and dealing with fraud.
Prior to Amgen, Zak held controllership and vice president finance positions at various firms including Dream Works SKG, eToys, and Sony Pictures Television International.
Beth Kaplan, managing director of the Deloitte Center for Controllership, Deloitte & Touche LLP, says, "To focus more on strategy, controllers and CAOs should consider creating and socializing a vision for the controllership to establish expectations and the nature of their involvement in enhancing business performance and shareholder value.
The documents analysis covered the official documents containing information on the structure of the Internal Audit sector (previous name for the Controllership) and the Controllership itself, as well as the decrees and laws that officially promoted the implementation of the office with the name of Municipal Controllership.
Transforming the financial function with enhanced efficiencies that leverage governance and risk management technologies can help our clients leaders in controllership, risk, and finance focus on higher-level strategy efforts.
Genpact (NYSE: G), the architect of the Lean DigitalSM enterprise, has said the next generation of its financial controllership suite, which includes new automated reconciliation and journal entry modules allowing CFOs to completely re-architect how their finance teams work.
Having assumed various executive positions in Napocor, she gained extensive experience and training in corporate budgeting, treasury management, controllership, financial analysis and management accounting, PSALM said on its website.
Provides bookkeeping, tax, consulting, IRS assistance & outsourced controllership.
Culmone joined WestJet in March 2007 with responsibility for the overall financial management of WestJet and its financial reporting, as well as for multiple corporate functions including controllership, treasury, investor relations, legal, purchasing, corporate real estate and government relations.

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