Revenue Recognition

Accounting for revenue under the new standard will have a significant impact on the way many companies recognize and report revenue. Riveron’s practical approach ensures an efficient, successful implementation for your company.

Riveron has been monitoring the evolving revenue recognition guidance for more than 10 years and has significant experience advising companies on both the old and new guidance. From a proven, quick-turn gap assessment, to the development and execution of a comprehensive implementation plan, we guide your company’s journey to effectively and seamlessly adopt the new revenue recognition standard.

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