Benno Eberle

Benno Eberle

About Benno Eberle

Benno Eberle is senior director of Global Solution Marketing at SAP. He is responsible for product marketing for SAP's solutions for the Finance line of business. Benno focuses on the SAP S/4HANA Finance solution portfolio, which comes with mature but easy-to-use functionality for finance professionals and is crowned with the newest innovations and technologies in the cloud. His objective is to make existing and future customers aware of the fascinating business value this portfolio brings to successful organizations across the globe, helping them to transform and shape their organizations for the future.

Dealing With The Complications Of New Lease Regulations

20-Aug-2018 | Benno Eberle

The deadlines for the new IFRS 16 and US-GAAP ASC 842 regulations are looming closer. Soon leases will have to be handled very differently – to enable investors, lenders, and analysts to better unde

The Evolution Of Modern Receivables Management With Machine Learning

15-May-2018 | Benno Eberle

Receivables management has been an essential function for finance departments for decades. It improves days sales outstanding (DSO) and working capital and builds customer trust and relationships, to

Top Priority For Surveyed Financial Executives: Improving Efficiency

11-Jul-2016 | Benno Eberle

Efficiency is the word on the lips of most finance executives, according to a survey commissioned by SAP and conducted by Forrester, an independent research group. The survey of 200 finance operati

Is Your Finance Department As Efficient As Your Competitors’?

6-Jul-2016 | Benno Eberle

CFOs in organizations of every size and shape are reporting on the need to boost efficiency. How does yours stack up? A quick quiz: • Are you losing opportunities for maximum savings? • Are h

Recipe For Finance Innovation: Mixing Up The Right Ingredients

4-May-2016 | Benno Eberle

The opportunity of digitalization reaches enterprises of all sizes, allowing them to speed up the interaction with external stakeholders. The expectation of customers is to get an immediate response,