Leading medical device manufacturer Karl Storz is on track to create a single source of truth for their enterprise finance data, but how are they getting there? What tools are they using to achieve actual, plan, and consolidated reporting?

To arrive at a single source of truth for their data, Karl Storz has created a road map to navigate their transformation of a complex system architecture with multiple ERPs. Join Argyle and SAP for a lively webinar discussing Karl Storz’s insights and experiences from their finance transformation.

You will also learn:

  • Lessons from the implementation of Karl Storz’s finance transformation rollout strategy that you can apply to your enterprise
  • How to tell if you are on the right track to achieve actionable financial reporting in real time
  • How to get started creating one source of truth for your enterprise financial data


Santos Mummey

Director, Global Finance System Transformation
Karl Storz

Simon Heeps

Principal Solution Architect
Karl Storz

Matt Montes

SAP Financials Managing Consultant
TruQua, an IBM Company

Field of Study:Finance



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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