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CaseWare Africa launches Interim Financial Statements


Johannesburg, 06 Jul 2020
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CaseWare Africa, the financial services division of Adapt IT, has announced the launch of its latest product innovation, Interim Financial Statements, a new template designed to help enterprises easily draft interim financial statements in line with the IAS 34 standard. The Interim Financial Statements template allows for the seamless import of data for multiple periods, and fully integrates with CaseWare’s existing IFRS template for annual financial statements. In addition, it provides listed entities with new functionality to allow for JSE disclosure requirements and interim financial statement market trends, all in a single file, says Nienke Krüger, Product Manager: Financial Reporting at CaseWare Africa.

“Until now, the market has lacked a solution that accelerates the production of interim financial statements by automating a lot of the process. At present, companies are typically using spreadsheets to produce these statements, following a highly manual process that can be both severely error-prone and hugely time-consuming. In addition, existing manual processes take place independent of the annual financial statement processes, thus duplicating effort. The challenge is exacerbated for companies with multiple subsidiaries, which need to report on consolidated figures as well,” she says.

“All of these challenges, including consolidation, are efficiently solved in CaseWare Africa’s new solution. Automation is one of the key strategies driving financial reporting because it reduces manual intervention and makes the process both more streamlined and accurate.”

Krüger notes the template can be customised to ensure it aligns with organisations’ requirements as well as applicable regulations. It can be customised to show only the material items required by IAS 34, and can be adjusted to produce financial statements monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly or semi-annually.

Companies listed on the JSE are compelled to produce semi-annual interim financial reports, while companies listed on other exchanges, such as the Nigerian Stock Exchange, need to do this on a quarterly basis. There are also various other stakeholders that will require interim financial statements to be prepared by a corporate entity, such as venture capital and private equity shareholders.

“CaseWare Africa’s new Interim Financial Statements solution provides a unique opportunity to accelerate and unify both interim and annual financial statement processes in a single solution,” Krüger adds. “Above all, the new template will allow the finance professionals preparing these statements to reduce production time and save costs while at the same time improving quality and taking advantage of CaseWare’s industry-leading compliance.”

CaseWare Africa

CaseWare Africa, is the African reseller for CaseWare International - the global leader in auditing and financial reporting software which is used in over 130 countries worldwide. CaseWare Africa, a division of Adapt IT, has a 20 000 strong user base across Africa that consists of audit and accounting firms, government entities, municipalities as well as large blue-chip companies.

CaseWare is the undisputed leader when it comes to compliance. Our leading content providers ensure you are always compliant with the latest disclosure requirements on ISAs, IFRS, IFRS-SME, GRAP and IPSAS. CaseWare’s world-class products are not only designed to deliver on our compliance promise, but to ensure quality results, increased efficiencies, and improved profitability. For more information, visit: www.casewareafrica.co.za

Adapt IT

Adapt IT Holdings Limited (Adapt IT) is a Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) listed entity that provides leading specialised software and digitally-led business solutions that assist clients across targeted industries to Achieve more by improving their customer experience, core business operations, business administration, enterprise resource planning and public service delivery.

The organisation has deep sector knowledge and experience predominantly in the education, manufacturing, financial services, energy, technology expense management (multi-industries), telecommunications, consumer security and services, and hospitality industries including public sector.

Adapt IT serves over 10 000 global customers, with headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa, and regional offices in Durban and Cape Town. To service international customers, Adapt IT focuses on the Pan African market, through a presence in Mauritius, Botswana, Kenya and Nigeria, as well as on the Asia Pacific market, where the group has a presence in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. Through its presence in Ireland, Adapt IT is able to service customers in Europe.

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Marketing Manager Sarah Synman (+27) 10 494 1085 sarah.snyman@adaptit.com
Blain Communications Deirdre Blain (+27) 083 230 5522 D@blaincomms.co.za
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