December 9, 2013Doug Hadden
Doug Hadden, VP Products
There were some interesting innovation observations from William Dorotinsky of the World Bank, and Richard Hughes of the IMF this afternoon at the Winter ICGFM Conference. I was able to tweet during the session and organize based on some themes (below). One interesting takeaway was that financial management systems designed for the context – such as for developing country and emerging economies governments work better than complex systems designed for the private sector. Of course, no one specifically mentioned what systems that were being mentioned – however, almost always, the country examples were successful FreeBalance implementations, rather than name-brand ERP.
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