FP&A remains a top priority for CFOs and their teams, which includes evolving FP&A frameworks to successfully adapt to changing business environments. So, what can be expected in Q4?
Historically, FP&A has concentrated on important tasks such as forecasting, planning, and budgeting, but the FP&A function is continuously expanding to embrace new responsibilities to overcome unforeseen challenges. Main focuses for finance departments will include extended planning and analysis (xP&A), evaluating new automation trends, improving cross-departmental communication, data unification, and much more.
Join this Argyle: CFO Leadership Forum to learn FP&A Strategies for Success including:
FP&A remains a critical function within finance, and it is imperative that teams continue to strengthen forecasting, planning, and predictive capabilities for continued organizational success. Finance teams are adopting new strategies to focus on automation, data analytics, agility, and metric-based insights to not only improve existing processes but implement new, more efficient solutions.
In this insightful keynote, you will learn:
FP&A Executive - SaaS, FinTech, and Life Sciences
The past two years have been stormy when it comes to forecasting and planning talent requirements, and the future looks equally unclear – especially when your view is clouded by disparate systems. Combining Finance and HCM into a single, cloud-based system makes it easier to see the whole picture – something FP&A teams need to forecast and plan for the talent needed to grow the business. A single system also enables Finance to orchestrate stronger cross-functional collaboration to track key KPIs such as employee engagement, employee experience, attrition, and performance.
Join this thought leadership which will discuss the benefits FP&A teams can experience with Finance and HR data in a single system, from easier headcount reconciliation, to forecasting attrition rates, and filling the gaps.
In this session, you will learn:
Senior Manager, People Analytics (Insights-at-Scale)
Senior Director, Strategic Planning Finance
Finance roles and responsibilities are constantly evolving, especially as organizations continue to prioritize digital capabilities that disrupt traditional, manual processes. Increasing cross-function collaboration and promoting communication across the entire enterprise not only strengthens agility, but also allows the finance department to become more fluid to increase overall productivity and efficiency.
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Chief Financial Officer
Head of FP&A
Europe Finance Director – Projects
Vice President of FP&A
Vice President, Community and Corporate Partnerships
As organizations continue to expand, so does their data and proprietary information. Concerns about privacy breaches and potential threats to extort or obtain private data are serious for financial controllers looking to protect assets. By working closely with their CIOs and technology teams, finance leaders are able to evaluate the needs of the enterprise, including new security frameworks that will mitigate security risks and ensure confidential data is safe.
In this keynote presentation, you will learn:
Chief Financial Officer
As organizations navigate the remainder of 2022, finance teams remain focused on leveraging xP&A and integrated planning to eliminate silos and increase performance. By moving away from siloed, manual processes and focusing on AI, automation, and digital transformation, companies have proven to be more agile and proactive to overcome any potential unforeseen disruption. So, how can your organization harness the power of xP&A to strengthen insights and forecasts?
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Vice President, Corporate Finance
Vice President Finance, Treasurer
Senior Manager, FP&A
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation:None required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s):2
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