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- Stay informed: 2014 technology financial reporting trends
8/26/14 | Technology
Starting to prepare for your year-end filings? PwC's Technology Institute publication, Stay informed: 2014 technology financial reporting trends, provides information on key disclosures made by companies in the technology sector. We invite you to read our benchmarking study to gain useful and thought-provoking insights that will aid you in the preparation of your upcoming filings.
- Technology industry findings & implications
8/26/14 | Technology
Technology companies are in a unique position when it comes to digital. Not only should they invest and innovate to transform their own businesses, but their customers are looking to them for help in getting a digital edge. Find out how the Tech industry rates when it comes to Digital IQ—their ability to understand and weave technology throughout the business—and what they can do to reap more value.
- The new digital ecosystem reality: Innovation's next frontier is in customer service
8/26/14 | Technology
As customer expectations evolve, customer service has emerged as the next critical differentiator. Forward-thinking companies understand that the future of customer service is proactive, integrated and omnipresent.
- Pricing & Profitability: Deals Desk – A key business enabler to meet customer demands
8/5/14 | Technology
As companies look to maintain market competitiveness and to meet the demands of increasingly sophisticated customers while also managing their profitability, many are implementing a deals desk function as a key business enabler.
- The new revenue recognition standard: Is your technology company ready?
7/23/14 | Technology
The deliberation is over: On May 28, 2014, the FASB and the IASB released their new standard for revenue recognition, to take effect in 2017 for public companies. The new guidance may constitute the biggest accounting change the world has seen in over a decade, because revenue recognition informs a wide array of business decisions. Technology companies that start preparing for the change now will be in the best position to seize the opportunities that will come with the change—while also surmounting the challenges.
WebcastTechnology industry - Revenue Recognition Webcast Replay & Industry Supplement - June 25, 2014
6/16/14 | Technology
Join us for an expanded discussion on the specific impacts the new revenue recognition standard will have on the Technology industry. While the new standard will impact companies broadly, there are particular implications to Technology companies that deserve focus as companies plan for implementation.
- Technology sector companies: 2013 SEC comment letter trends
1/3/14 | Technology
As year-end rapidly approaches, it is time to plan for your annual filing. PwC's technology industry publication, Stay informed: 2013 technology SEC comment letter trends, provides a comprehensive analysis of recent SEC staff comments to assist you with the understanding of the key trends that are relevant to companies in the technology sector.
- Technology IPO: 2013 SEC comment letter trends
11/25/13 | Technology
PwC’s technology industry publication, Preparing for success: 2013 technology IPO SEC comment letter trends, highlights trends in SEC staff comment letters specific to technology companies filing their IPO registration statements.
- The New Digital Ecosystem Reality: Nine trends rewriting the rules of business
10/28/13 | Technology
PwC's Technology Industry leader discusses technological, economic, and political trends that are important to CEOs and C-Suite executives while exploring the trends and challenges that businesses must consider to remain competitive.
Accounting guidesPwC Software Revenue Recognition Guide – March 2009 edition
3/31/09 | Technology
Software revenue recognition has not gotten easier. However, one of the keys to success is having the right tools. Our guide to software revenue recognition reflects the trends and challenges as of March 31, 2009, along with a chapter dedicated to Software-as-a-Service.