Looking ahead at the new year, CFOs and their teams are focusing on new strategies and reevaluating top priorities for success.
Reflecting on the challenges, opportunities, and lessons that the past year presented, CFOs are able to make better predictions moving forward to ensure long-term growth for their organizations.
Main focuses for CFOs include employee retention efforts, improving financial performance to increase bottom lines, restructuring strategy frameworks to promote efficiency, addressing new regulations, and prioritizing data and predictive analytics.
Join this engaging Argyle: CFO Summit to hear top minds in finance address important topics including:
CFOs have proven to be resilient leaders, especially during changing times. From developing post-covid work models to addressing hiring and retention needs, CFOs continue to prioritize company wellbeing while ensuring finance processes are operating efficiently for company-wide success. So, what lies ahead for CFOs in the new year?
Join this insightful opening keynote to learn how Anna Gomez successfully set up an accounting function in a high growth environment, despite many unforeseen disruptions. You will also learn:
Global Chief Financial Officer and Partner
Innovative technologies have repeatedly defeated the enemies of automation and vastly improved productivity. Once smartphones were introduced, for example, we could take pictures, listen to music, send email, and browse the web on a single device. The same is happening with back-office finance processes. By using artificial intelligence (AI), best-in-class finance operations are accurately capturing invoice data, matching POs, auditing spend, and elevating compliance violations with minimal human involvement. As a result, they have rendered obsolete the approach of relying on a chain of human-driven steps and institutional knowledge.
In this thought leadership, you will learn how to gain automation allies by taking advantage of AI to accurately process invoices, audit spend, and ensure compliance every time. You will also learn:
Senior Vice President, Customer Success
Workiva is here to break down the accounting and finance takeaways from 2022. In this fireside chat, industry principals Steve Soter and Josh Gertsch will discuss core topics like ESG, finance transformation, attracting and retaining talent, regulatory pressures, and more!
After this session, you will be able to:
Senior Industry Principal
Senior Director of Product Marketing & Accounting Industry Principal
Inflation is top of mind for many right now and it’s a world many CFOs may not have navigated before. With the economy tightening, a lot of companies are looking for ways to save money. In this environment, businesses need to think about how technologies can help drive operational efficiencies, lower costs, and boost revenues.
What trends are influencing the way CFOs and finance leaders approach spend management?
Join TripActions for a discussion with Visa on:
Head of Corporate T&E Fintech Programs
Senior Director, Fintech Partnerships
What do road trips and digital transformation (DX) have in common? Well, neither of them can succeed without a roadmap.
But, as with any kind of project within an organization, funding is always a roadblock. While there’s no golden bullet to overcome this challenge, building a solid business case for DX adoption is the key — one that illustrates both the project objectives and financial aspects, including qualitative and quantitative ROI and a deep understanding of risks.
The need for finance transformation has never been greater. As per Gartner, 69% of finance leaders say digitalization initiatives are accelerating, and they expect digital technologies to dramatically impact their industries by 2026.
Join this session with HighRadius as we discuss the proven methods and approaches for initiating digital transformation efforts to bring process improvement to your finance function and drive value for your business in the long term. You will also learn:
Director of Solution Engineering
Blockchain continues to gain traction within the financial industry, and the potential of this technology trend can have significant implications for finance teams. By enabling smart contracts, protecting assets, verifying identities, and accurately record data, blockchain will greatly benefit businesses through cost reduction and increased security. So, how does blockchain apply and benefit finance?
In this insightful panel discussion, you will learn how to:
Blockchain Lead Vodafone Business IoT
As CFOs prepare to close out 2022, these resilient leaders are looking at the new year with optimism and are strategizing for continued success. Top priorities will continue to include FP&A, budgeting, and forecasting to better prepare for upcoming Q1 and any future disruptions. Having already dealt with inflation, supply chain issues, and lingering effects of the global pandemic, CFOs and their teams are well versed in addressing the unknown and ensuring the proper tools are in place to predict, plan, and prepare for 2023.
Join this engaging panel discussion, which will discuss:
Chief Financial Officer
President & CFO Emeritus
Adjunct Professor, Fintech & Financial Innovation/COO
Chief Financial Officer
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation:None required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
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