Finance Process Maps - Improvement

Finance: Improvement Templates

What is Business Process Management [BPM]?

Finance Business Process Map Library

Finance Process Maps

The OpsDog finance business process maps library provides insight and best practices for common finance processes. These finance specific process templates are an ideal starting point for the Controller, Treasurer, Deputy CFO, or anyone interested in streamlining and improving their finance process.

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  • Financial Close & Reporting

    Follows the data collection, reconciliation, report generation, and review of the financial close, consolidation, and reporting process.



  • General Ledger Operations

    (Maps Coming Soon)

  • Accounts Payable (A/P)

    Handle [receive, process, pay] all incoming invoices from arrival to post.



  • Controller Function [Control Unit]

    Data gathering, entry, and report review for financial feeds and transactions.



  • Federal Tax Return [Life]

    Tax unit process of reconciling data, analysis, and return preparation for yearly returns.



  • Property Tax

    Data acquisition, returns, and analysis for tax receipts, payments, and reconciliation of property related finances.




  • Customer Refunds

    (Maps Coming Soon)

  • Expense Management

    Financial processing and allocation of invoices across business units for validation.



  • Sales & Usage Tax

    Collecting tax, preparing returns, and establishing a contingency reserve for sales tax within accounts receivable.



  • Corporate Treasury

    Business unit reconciliation and corporate aggregation for corporate accounting measures.



  • Credit & Collections

    Branch to credit department process of payment, new customer applications, credit sales and collections.



  • Cost Allocation

    Testing, implementing, and analyzing the fund allocation across lines of business.



  • Fixed Assets Accounting

    Acquiring, valuing, and month/year-end financial close associated with fixed assets.



  • Forecasting

    (Maps Coming Soon)

  • Budgeting & Forecasting

    Budgetary process following the planning, data gathering, review, and quarterly forecasting for corporate finance.



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