Although Q1 is about to come to a close, finance teams have already looked ahead in preparation for the remainder of the year. As financial controllers evaluate their top priorities, they are tasked with navigating an unforeseen economic landscape and potential disruption from the lingering global pandemic.
Financial controllers are expected to spend significantly more time on digital transformation efforts, and deploying advanced technologies is a critical goal for strengthening finance processes.
Other significant areas of focus include implementing automated management reporting (AI), addressing data storage needs, increasing employee engagement, and upskilling employees’ digital skillsets.
In this Argyle Financial Controller Leadership Forum, you will learn:
The use of technology within finance remains a critical focus, and organizations are eager to gain insight into what the future holds. Finance and accounting teams can harness predictive analytics to create more accurate revenue projections, create efficient operations, improve supply chain processes, and identify the most profitable path for their enterprise.
In this presentation, you will learn how to:
Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
The almost daily, rapid and unprecedented change in the business environment today is driving financial experts to reimagine how to pivot and identify the right metrics, offer the forward-looking analysis and find the appropriate levers to quickly to inform the organization and respond and adjust with agility.
Finance leaders need complete access to all organizational data and the ability to examine this data at a transactional level and do so in real time in order to provide the most precise analysis needed to offer direction and compete in today’s uncertain business environment.
In this insightful thought leadership presentation, you will learn:
Sales Engineering Team Lead
Vice President of Financial Services Solutions
As we begin a new year, CFOs and their teams must overcome unforeseen challenges and focus on implementing new strategies for organizational success. Talent is fast becoming a key aspect of profitability and maintaining a competitive edge.
Attend this fireside chat to learn how your organization can retain and attract the right finance team as the “Great Resignation” sweeps the nation.
This Fireside Chat will explore:
Director of Product Marketing
Resiliency and risk management remain top priorities for organizations, and financial controllers have been forced to rethink how they work. This means heightening risk management efforts to identify potential cyber and financial threats that would devastate an organization and understanding the financial repercussions of these dangers. Alongside their CFO, financial controllers must ensure they are well prepared for any future disruption and build resilience within the finance department.
Join this panel discussion to learn:
Chief Financial Officer
Senior Product Manager
Chief Financial Officer
Stressful deadlines, stretched resources, and limited budgets.
The close must go on, but manual accounting processes are not sustainable.
Champions of controllership find ways to innovate, automate, and scale accounting processes amidst continued disruption and despite a host of challenges. They have a vision for the future, believe in using technology to bring about change, and activate teams to modernize accounting.
Attend to understand how your peers and competitors are advancing with technology. You will learn:
Solutions Marketing Director, Strategic Accounting
During the afternoon break there will be an INVITATION-ONLY, closed-door roundtable session brought to you by Incorta:
Navigating Disruption: Real-life Digital-First Approaches to Finance
By sharing best practices, lessons learned, and challenges with your finance peers, you will learn:
People hear about “financial transformation” or “digital transformation” and all the benefits that are awaiting them – but have no idea where to start. How do you know you need change; how do you identify which processes need to change, then how do you build the internal business case for those changes?
One place to begin is in learning the best practices around starting a financial transformation project and technology’s potential for positive impact on your processes AND people. Register to this session that features 3 finance executive panelists from HP, ABB and Boston Scientific who share their financial transformation journeys, including:
Former Record-to-Report Group Finance Process Owner
Chief Revenue Officer
General Accounting Design, Process and Systems Senior Manager
Director, Account to Report, Global Business Services
The corporate card market is a $14 billion dollar industry—and for a good reason. Corporate cards are a lifeline for corporations and deliver benefits far beyond what a personal credit card can offer. But as valuable as corporate cards are, there are still a lot of misconceptions.
In this fireside chat, join Bryn Knox, Vice President of Finance at BenchSci and Austin Aboav, Senior Product Marketing Manager for TripActions Liquid as each expert demystifies the corporate card space and explains how:
Senior Product Marketing Manager
Vice President of Finance
It is no secret that digital transformation and automation are top of mind for organizations, especially those looking to update their outdated finance processes. With the implementation of new automation technologies, financial controllers are able to update their processes and procedures to be more efficient and impactful. Traditional accounting and finance operations are often manual, tedious, and time consuming, but that can all change with a successful digital transformation implementation.
In this keynote presentation, you will learn how to:
Senior Director - Corporate Function Controller
Vice President, Business Performance Controlling
Senior Vice President Controller, Principal Accounting Officer
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation:None required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s):2
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