The role of finance is everchanging, and it is crucial for CFOs and their teams to keep pace with new developments that directly impact this essential function. Although it can be difficult to fully predict the future, finance executives can harness past experiences to better forecast future scenarios.
As organizations continue to weather unpredictable storms, more critical thinking comes into play and finance teams are forced to evaluate the effectiveness of current processes and operations.
A few top priorities include modernizing outdated systems, focusing on finance transformation, harnessing the power of big data and predictive analytics, and revisiting talent strategies.
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Finance is a complex function, full of essential operations, processes, and transactions that allow businesses to connect directly with customers, buyers, and stakeholders. With traditional systems, finance is at risk of high levels of human error and limitations due to manual process management. However, hyper-automation is emerging as one of the biggest trends in finance and has the ability to improve efficiency to deliver seamless experiences by bringing together various capabilities including ML, AI, and RPA.
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Chief Financial Officer
No executive is going through a bigger change than the modern finance leader. A role that used to be focused on FP&A and cost control is now becoming a strategic business advisor that influences transformational, company-wide decisions. This requires you to move quickly and allocate more time to strategic initiatives.
By automating manual processes and gaining real-time visibility across every dollar spent, finance leaders can scale with ease while empowering your teams with modern tools that drive efficiency.
Join SwagUp’s CFO, Artem Mashkov and Desiree Ma, Director of Product Marketing for TripActions Liquid at TripActions, as they discuss:
Director of Product Marketing for TripActions Liquid
Chief Financial Officer
CFOs today play a critical role in their organization as strategic advisors in addition to overseeing the numbers — these leaders need to be data-driven and embrace strategies and technology that allow for greater visibility across the organization and produce faster data for better decision making.
To keep up with these new expectations to provide relevant data and insights in a timely manner, CFOs need to keep on top of relevant trends and prioritize digital transformation projects.
During this session, Trintech will discuss:
Vice President – Strategic Sales
Throughout unforeseen disruption, finance executives have harnessed the power of predictive analytics and scenario planning in an attempt to find real value in the unknown. These invaluable insights have been weaved into the fabric of the FP&A function and strategic operations, uncovering the long-term benefits of utilizing analytics as a fundamental tool in finance. So, how do analytics translate into profitable growth for your organization?
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Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer
Vice President of Finance
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President - FP&A, Finance Operations and Accounting - International
As Company’s pivot toward to value creation agenda, CFO’s and their leadership are increasingly exploring how digital and enterprise automation strategies can create more bandwidth to enable an agile, forward-looking finance organization that embraces advanced analytics to improve decision-making quality and speed.
In this presentation, we attempt to answer the following questions on how Intelligent Automation enables the CFO Office and FP&A Leaders:
Vice President, Global CFO Industry Lead
As CFOs and their teams continue to navigate the new year, digital transformation remains a top priority in every industry. While exploring the new digitalization era, finance executives must stay abreast to changes on international tax laws that directly impact their organization including how to manage new tax obligations responsibly to reduce inefficiencies.
This keynote presentation will address:
Senior Director, International Tax
Finance transformation, automation, and new technology investments have remained top priorities for organizations. However, as these initiatives near completion or have a high success rate, what will the next top focus be? The answer is talent. Successful finance teams are defined by their ability to not only attract the best talent, but by retaining and investing in their valuable teams.
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Senior Vice President - Finance & Accounting Direct Hire
North America Finance Director
Vice President, Global Finance Transformation - North America
Vice President of Financial Operations
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation:None Required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-Based
Recommended CPE Credit(s):2
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