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Accountants at UTS save 2-3 days per month on each report pack

13 April 2010
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia, is a growing university with 30,000-plus students and a vision for becoming a world-leading school of technology. Since using GL Wand, report production at UTS is now automated so accountants can focus on value-added analysis of financial and budgetary trends. UTS immediately saw benefits from the installation, according to business systems analyst Chris Chand, who says accountants save two to three days per month on each report pack, allowing them more time to review the data with various groups. The savings is expected to grow with the development of quarterly and forecasting packs. Read the full case study.
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