Overview

CFOs and finance teams are hungry to leverage AI to increase revenue and business productivity, but hesitant due to the associated compliance and security risks of sharing their proprietary data with third parties. According to a survey of 500 CFOs and finance leaders, 100% of finance leaders have already incorporated AI into their growth and spend strategy within three areas: AP automation, procurement, and cash management.  Adopting AI and overcoming AI hesitancy within finance opens the ability for CFOs and their teams to reach their revenue targets, visualize and manage spend, and gain confidence in their organizational decision-making.

Join  Argyle and Coupa to unpack these findings and strategies from 500 CFOs and finance leaders on the potential of AI for finance departments, including:

  • Common external threats shared by CFOs
  • The strategic priorities of CFOs in 2024
  • How and where finance is investing in AI
  • How companies can leverage and scale AI in finance

 

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Speakers

Chris Fontana

Director, Technology
Freeman

Robert Ramirez

Chief Financial Officer
The Hackett Group

Brent Sisson

Senior Director, Product Management
Coupa

Field of Study:Finance

Level:Intermediate

Prerequisite:None

Advance Preparatio: None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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