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Thought Leadership Webinar - Revenue recognition is changing; are you ready?

Published: 15 Dec 2017 Average Rating: 4 / 5 Print
 

Author: Tim Cummins, Steve Feyer

For many organizations, January 1st 2018 brings fundamental change to the way revenue must be recognized. And those changes have major impact on contracts - worldwide. For example, revenue must be more closely related to individual contract rights and obligations. Negotiators will need to be equipped with far greater understanding of how prices are broken down.

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