Certinia: Emphasizing Automation and Analysis in Tech News Today.

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  • Certinia released new automation and analysis features driven by AI
  • LeaseCrunch is hosting a webinar on managing lease changes and remeasurements

In the latest release, Certinia, a service-based business platform, has emphasized automation and analysis by adding new capabilities. Through Services CPQ, users can now analyze estimates, identify areas of risk, and make adjustments to better scope projects. Work Planner enhancements allow users to pivot between hours and percentages, use filters for resource matching, and visualize future assignments for resource managers. Automated billing event splits, mass actions for cash entry, and invoice approval processes have been improved. Additionally, Certinia’s partnership with Envestnet enables importing bank statements directly for reconciliation. The release also includes report-level commentary and other enhancements to simplify operations.

LeaseCrunch, a lease accounting software company, will host a webinar on “Day 2 Lease Accounting: Managing Lease Changes and Remeasurements,” presented by Jess Vento. The webinar will cover techniques for effectively handling lease modifications within the ASC 842 framework, using real-life scenarios and case studies to provide practical insights.

American Accounting Association launched the AAA Impact Hub, an online repository of actionable research. Providing plain language summaries and infographics, the hub focuses on delivering relevant research to practitioners. Partnerships and integrations include Paystand’s full payments integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365, and Corvee’s integration of depreciation strategies into the Instead platform. New hires and appointments include Atul Dubey as general manager at Wolters Kluwer and Jeff Harper as CHRO at AuditBoard.

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