The purpose of our survey is to find and document the best practices in establishing and managing shared service centres and provide the SSC leaders with a useful benchmarking tool together with a view on different phases of the development of SSCs in Slovakia and globally.
Our survey shows that Czech and Slovak SSCs are moving “up the value curve” and are offering higher value for their organisations. The clear aim of most Czech and Slovak SSCs is to become the first choice advisor to businesses for the operations in their scope. The PwC SSC maturity assessment model confirms that respondents overall focus their main attention towards achieving higher quality and faster service for their customers and are contributing significantly to the success of their companies and the local economies.
Moving towards Centres of Excellence
Effectiveness of the Finance Function in Slovakia
Our IFRS Pocket Guide 2016 provides a summary of the recognition and measurement requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards published up to August 2016. This quick-reference guide is intended for a variety of audi...
The survey reflects insight knowledge of 33 senior executives from 33 power and utility companies in 18 countries across the region. In the report we look ahead to the future world of electricity in the CEE region as well as consi...
Industrial leaders are digitising
essential functions within their internal
vertical operations processes, as well
as with their horizontal partners along
the value chain. In addition, they are
enhancing their product portfolio wi...
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