“It shows how good the implementation team was that we didn’t even need consultants to help decipher what exactly we were supposed to be doing.I have a lot of respect for the implementation team at Black Line.“One of the most important factors in assisting us in making our decision was the customer reference calls with Black Line customers, in companies of a similar size,” said Eamonn.
The process was also time consuming, with more than 800 associates spending 14,000 hours a month on reconciliations alone.
“Every region created and collected its own metrics and maintained the administration and change management of its particular part of the technology,” said Eamonn.
Reduced the number of employees involved in manual and routine reconciliation by 55%, increased productivity by reassigning workforce to focus on discrepancies and analysis, saved $0.6 million per year, improved controls and standardized reconciliation, increased client satisfaction, gained global transparency of the entire reconciliation process.
In late 2013, the company began reviewing its existing balance sheet reconciliation process and tools.
Select the type of Coca-Cola products you want your business to offer under "Want to Serve Coke." on the Coke Solutions website and click "Submit." Your selection generates a new business request form.
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The Coca-Cola Company website has pages of information outlining the company's history, vision, ethics, marketing methods and latest news.
When inquiring to become a Coca-Cola retailer, it can help you to familiarize yourself with how the company operates and help you research the various products offered to determine the best options for your business.
If you visit the company's separate Coke Solutions website, you can also read informative articles about building your business and making the most out of your partnership with the Coca-Cola Company.
After deciding that Coca-Cola is right for your business, you can begin the process of applying for retail privileges.