Financial planning and analysis (FP&A) professionals continue to play a leading role in reinventing the workforce, changing the trajectory of the finance function for organizations. By creating insightful, agile, and strategic processes, these resilient finance pioneers drive organizations into the future.
FP&A is a critical function within finance that not only allows finance executives to prepare for the future, but also enables real-time forecasting and budget modifications. Traditional processes are slowly becoming a thing of the past, and new innovations are taking finance to a new, advanced level of operation.
CFOs and finance leaders depend on reliable, data-driven decisions and FP&A teams are able to transform outdated business strategies into new, successful business models.
Join this Argyle Digital: CFO Leadership Forum, which will address:
The use of predictive analytics within finance remains a critical focus, and organizations are eager to gain insight into what the future holds. FP&A teams are able to 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 opening keynote presentation, you will learn how to:
Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
As Company’s pivot toward to value creation agenda, CFO’s and their leadership are increasingly exploring how digital and enterprise automation strategies can create more bandwidth to enable an agile, forward-looking finance organization that embraces advanced analytics to improve decision-making quality and speed.
In this presentation, we attempt to answer the following questions on how Intelligent Automation enables the CFO Office and FP&A Leaders:
Vice President, Global CFO Industry Lead
If you want to accurately measure performance as an organization, you need a comprehensive and detailed view of financial and operational data that drives the business – not to mention the ability to analyze the data.
Finance teams are all too familiar with the challenges. No visibility into consolidated data from multiple, disparate systems? No ability to drill down into the details? Good luck budgeting and planning with precision, comparing accuracy of forecasts and actuals, or tracking and reporting on key business drivers by region, country, or product.
In this thought leadership session, Melinda Albert, IT Leader of Data Analytics, shares her story about how ASP achieved operational excellence by successfully democratizing data for Finance and Operations teams, gained visibility to key data globally, and enabled self-service reporting and analysis as part of a sustainable, long-term data and analytics strategy.
Join us to learn how ASP benefits from:
IT Leader of Data Analytics
Vice President of Financial Services
Corporate finance has greatly shifted over the past few years and dynamics within finance departments are continuously changing. Historically, finance teams have spent an incredible amount of time on data aggregation and management that often weighted down their efficiency, but improved automation capabilities help streamline operations. Improving operations is especially important for the FP&A function, which is crucial for reporting, planning, and forecasting the future of an enterprise.
In this panel discussion, you will learn how to:
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President of Finance, Technology, & HR
Senior Director, Planning & Forecasting Transformation
Senior Product Manager
During the afternoon break there will be an INVITATION-ONLY, closed-door roundtable session brought to you by Incorta:
Discover how to save time and streamline processes while sharing key insights on optimizing financial data with your FP&A peers.
During this Thought Leadership, Roy Barak, CEO of Vindicia, will cover retention as a new growth engine, subscription strategies for B2C brands and key findings from the Total Economic Impact™, a commissioned study of Vindicia Retain conducted by Forrester.
Chief Executive Officer
FP&A teams have proven to be resilient, overcoming unforeseen disruptions and navigating a new “normal” all while planning and forecasting for the future. One of the most important lessons learned, was that finance teams must remain agile and flexible in order to successfully plan and mitigate risk. The FP&A function continues to grow in importance, but it also faces more strain than ever to continue to predict, plan, and prepare for the unknown. So, what will FP&A teams focus on to stay ahead of the curve?
Join this engaging keynote presentation, which will address:
Interim Chief Financial Officer
Diversity and inclusion are important considerations in finance, and there are clear benefits associated with developing a disparate FP&A team. When hiring talent, finance leaders first consider the needs of the business, and it is evident that employees with varying backgrounds can add great value to an enterprise through their different experiences and expertise.
In this insightful panel discussion, you will learn:
Chief People & Culture Officer, Owner of Evolve Coaching
Senior Director of FP&A
Vice President, Corporate Finance
Chief Financial Officer
Head of Financial Processing and Modernization (Section Chief), Finance Division
In order for organizations to start realizing true cost savings and efficiency, CFOs need one single source of truth for all company spend. As a trusted leader in spend management, TripActions will be sharing reporting tips that business leaders can use to stay on top of what has been spent, monitor trends, and take action if costs get out of line.
In this Fireside Chat, you will learn:
Senior Product Manager
Senior Product Marketing Manager
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation: None required
Delivery Method::Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s):2
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