Manufacturing finance and accounting

Manufacturing finance and accounting

Deliver data-led manufacturing operations

Manufacturing finance and accounting

Deliver data-led manufacturing operations

Building a better F&A function

CFOs in the manufacturing industry need full visibility into forecasting and scenario planning, pricing and cost implications and working capital, including DSO. Through the adoption of proprietary and leading analytics and technology point solutions, we deliver full-scale data driven F&A solutions that help CFOs keep focus on their customers, products and supply chains.

How is EXL manufacturing different.


Clients spanning multiple geos and functional area towers


Flexible delivery & cost models aligning to client needs


Advanced analytics to generate intelligent insights and drive ultra-customer centricity


Nimble and practical approach to digital transformation with demonstrable use cases


Experts in transforming enterprise-wide “decision making” by delivering data driven insights


"Data Factory” solution, a scalable insights unit to drive value, enable innovation and faster time to market

Proven outcomes

Featured insights
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