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Fueling business growth with a strong front and back office relationship

by Oracle NetSuite

Discover what it takes to create a cohesive office relationship between finance and client-facing teams. Read our guide to fuelling business growth by creating a strong front and back office relationship, fill in your details below.

A strong finance team needs to understand what information is required by sales, marketing and client-facing teams in order to do their job better.

Discover:

  • Front office versus back office
  • The ideal relationship
  • Can finance and front office just…get on?
  • Being left behind, and out the back
  • A vital opportunity to develop the finance team

And more…

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