The role of the CFO is continuously evolving, forcing organizations to reevaluate the needs of the business and define core responsibilities for these finance leaders. Beyond traditional finance, CFOs and their teams are tackling global concerns, including ESG initiatives, inflation pressure, supply chain issues, social and economic matters, and hybrid workforces.
Finance executives are strategic partners who are solving problems to positively impact the bottom line and understanding the specific duties of these leaders is imperative. Being actionable is key to sustaining profitability and ensuring enterprise success, all while focusing on new strategies, innovations, and pathways to growth.
So, what are the top priorities for CFOs and finance leaders in the second half of 2022?
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The last couple of years have impacted every organization, and teams are faced with constant change and the need to be more agile and adaptable as a result. Continually evaluating your organizations needs and priorities post-pandemic is critical to short and long-term success. So, how can you successfully navigate the needs of your organization and the needs of your team in today’s swiftly shifting landscape?
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Vice President, Production Finance
Data without insights is just numbers – this stands true for fast-growing mid-market companies. Scavenging through heavy spreadsheets to make data-driven decisions often leads to longer cash conversion cycles, increased bad debts, siloed workflows, and limited risk visibility.
The CFO’s office needs more forward-looking, predictive accounts receivable (AR) insights that can help better shape their business strategy and improve everyday decision-making. As per CFO Dive, 44.3% of finance leaders in the mid-market consider data-driven decision-making a top priority in 2022.
With the help of automated tools, the CFOs office can now leverage predictive AR analytics to minimize human intervention, capture, and harness data, ensure end-to-end performance visibility, and leverage real-time data-driven insights for proactive decision-making.
Join this session with HighRadius as our experts discuss how predictive AR analytics tools and technologies can help finance executives identify untapped business opportunities, expose hidden risks, and curb bad debt for a better bottom-line impact.
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Senior Digital Transformation Principal
The Financial planning and analysis (FP&A) function has always been a top priority for CFOs and their teams, and it is a critical role within the finance department. That being said, it is imperative that finance teams continue to build upon and strengthen this core operation to ensure that all predictive capabilities and scenario planning needs are met. By harnessing the power of these essential tools, organizations will achieve growth goals, increase profit margins, and improve the overall success of the entire business.
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Vice President of Finance
Managing Director, Financial Planning & Analysis
Head of Global FP&A
Regional Chief Financial Officer
Despite various capabilities, including FP&A, scenario planning, and predictive analytics, the future is unknown. CFOs and their teams are constantly drumming up “potential” situations to prepare for unforeseen circumstances, but even with these preparations it is still impossible to predict what will happen. Therefore, it is imperative for finance teams to develop contingency plans, focus on risk management, and remain agile to overcome any unprecedented event.
In this keynote presentation, you will learn:
Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
Talent retention is more important than ever, and organizations are doing everything in their power to attract, hire, and retain employees. Considering the new remote workforce and vast flexible offerings, finance talent is harder to preserve than ever before and companies have to make sure their employees feel happy and motivated to stay. However, this also includes ensuring DEI is a priority and expanding the talent pool to include a diverse set of candidates.
In this panel discussion, you will learn:
Senior Vice President - Finance & Accounting Direct Hire
Chief Financial Officer
Finance Professional, Former JP Morgan Technology FP&A
VP of Investor Relations and Chief of Staff to Chairman & CEO
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation:None Required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s):2
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