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Be Agile with a Unified Platform for Financial Consolidation, Reporting, Planning and Analysis

Leverage ERP investments, manage changes caused by acquisitions and reorganizations, report and reconcile GAAP vs. Non-GAAP financials.

The proven alternative to fragmented legacy applications, designed to simplify processes for the most sophisticated, global enterprises.

Report on and analyze results of acquisitions and other organizational changes

Seamlessly integrate and leverage investments in SAP ERP and other data sources

Consolidate, report, and reconcile GAAP vs. Non-GAAP financials

Key Features

Report on and analyze results of acquisitions and other organizational changes


  • Respond rapidly to changes in reporting structures and new requirements
  • Quickly integrate new GL/ERP systems and align to existing corporate standards
  • Track and analyze the revenue and expense impacts of acquisitions, measure ROI
  • Support Lease Accounting requirements under IFRS 16/ASC 842

Consolidate, report and reconcile GAAP vs. Non-GAAP financials


  • Consolidate across financial, legal, management and other hierarchies
  • Report financial results according to US GAAP, IFRS and other guidelines
  • Isolate specific adjustments and quickly reconcile between reporting standards
  • Leverage marketplace solutions for Account Reconciliations, Tax Provision, Transfer Pricing, Lease Accounting and other requirements

Seamlessly integrate and leverage investments in SAP ERP and other systems


  • Directly connect with SAP R/3, BW, S/4 HANA and other systems
  • Drill down, drill back and drill through to transactional details, including journal entries
  • Provide a consistent platform for reporting, planning and analysis before, during, and after ERP upgrades

Hundreds of organizations have adopted OneStream’s unified SmartCPM™ platform to improve Finance agility, leverage ERP investments, and report accurately to internal and external stakeholders.

Here are a few examples:

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