Technical papers and white papers
LucaNet stands for competence in accounting. This includes not only our software, but also our wide-ranging expert knowledge.
With our white papers, we keep you up to date on all information in the field of accounting and controlling. They help you structure your work processes more efficiently with useful recommendations on the subjects of consolidation, planning, reporting and analysis.
Financial controlling‘s top 3 trends
Are you ready for the future of controlling? In our white paper, we present the top three trends in controlling.
IFRS 16 – The New Lease Accounting Standard
The white paper gives you an overview of the essential modifications and effects resulting from the new leases standard for lessees.
Practical Topic Target Costing: Fundamentals and Successful Implementation
The white paper summarises all of the important fundamentals on the issue of target costing and uses examples to clarify its specific implementation in practice.
Focused on: Impairment of Assets according to IAS 36
How do you approach the impairment of assets according to IAS 36? What's behind the term cash generating units and how can the impairment of goodwill be tested?
3 x 3 BI - The Future of Management Reporting
What will management reporting be like in the future? The experts at Lünendonk take a close, step-by-step look at this topic and deliver a range of theories.
Risk Controlling with the Help of Indicator Systems
Which areas of the annual financial statements need to be considered in more detail to make a company's risk control more efficient? In our white paper, we present you with the most important key performance indicators for an optimal analysis.
What is Corporate Performance Management, actually?
What, exactly, does CPM mean? And how does it compare to BI solutions? We cast some light on this topic and explain the fundamentals for you.
Key Figure Cockpit and Dashboard.
Example: Balanced Scorecard
Reacting flexibly to new challenges and pursuing long-term corporate goals all while keeping an eye on the flood of data – companies need well thought-out controlling instruments to achieve this.