Organizations are under constant pressure to accelerate growth, transform customer experience and achieve operational efficiencies.

CIOs are constantly balancing these business priorities with limited IT budgets. CFOs are carefully enabling strategic investments while ensuring the strong financial performance of their organizations.

CIOs and CFOs have mutual interests: they’re both balancing multiple priorities while executing critical functions for their businesses.

Join Argyle and UiPath for a timely webinar to learn how CFOs and CIOs can both use automation to achieve their business strategies efficiently.

Join us to learn:

  • What digital transformation means for both CIOs and CFOs
  • How to benefit from the creative tension between CIOs as innovators and CFOs as controllers
  • How CIOs and CFOs can address the challenges of creating a fully automated enterprise
  • What forward-looking CIO and CFO roles look like


Jagjit Dhaliwal

Vice President, Global CIO Industry Leader

Stephen Faulkner

Vice President, Global CFO Industry Lead

Field of Study:Information Technology



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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