BlackLine Awarded Controllers Council Seal of Approval for Financial Operations Management

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DigitalCFO Newsroom | 24 March 2022

Accounting automation software leader recognized for financial close, accounts receivable and intercompany financial management solutions

BlackLine, Inc. (Nasdaq: BL) has been awarded the Controllers Council Seal of Approval™ for Financial Operations Management based on ratings from a community of more than 90,000 controllers, CFOs and other corporate finance professionals.  BlackLine’s accounting automation platform received high marks for its solutions that manage and automate financial close, accounts receivable and intercompany accounting processes.

The Seal of Approval program leverages the community of the Controllers Council to identify and rate services, solutions and products used in Finance, Accounting and organization-wide.  Selection includes an application process and screening algorithm along with anonymous surveys of community end users and subject matter experts.

“The Controllers Council Seal of Approval program helps identify and evaluate brands, such as BlackLine, that have been vetted and highly rated by senior finance and accounting professionals,” said Neil Brown, Controllers Council executive director.  “Controllers, CFOs and others working in corporate finance can trust their peers have validated these brands and given them the highest ratings in their respective categories.”

BlackLine’s cloud-based financial operations management platform is indispensable for the Office of the Controller.  Through the company’s financial close management, accounts receivable automation and intercompany financial management solutions, organizations can manage their entire accounting and finance lifecycle all in one centralized, secure and reliable system.

“Traditional manual accounting processes are not sustainable,” said BlackLine CEO Marc Huffman.  “We’re pleased that this important community of senior corporate finance professionals recognizes the value BlackLine delivers to the Controllership, helping free up time and capacity to reinvest in the business and provide financial insights that support and guide corporate strategy.”