Small and Midsize Businesses (SMB) have proven to be resilient, quickly adapting to change and exemplifying agility during trying times. CFOs and finance executives of SMBs continue to lead their teams forward, by innovating product offerings and finding new revenue streams.
CFOs and their finance teams are tasked with critical functions including forecasting, planning, budgeting, and navigating a new digital-first environment for organizational success. So, what does the remainder of 2023 have in store for finance leaders of SMBs?
Critical focuses include strategizing for the future, heightening FP&A initiatives, increasing scenario planning, managing risk, and remaining agile to overcome unpredictable disruption.
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Data analytics is a fundamental part of finance. By breaking down large sets of data into more meaningful information, data analytics allows finance teams to easily analyze and assess critical information pertaining to company performance. Data is crucial for companies to understand their financial health, as well as conduct more accurate audits and traditional accounting tasks. So, how are finance teams utilizing data analytics in 2023 and beyond?
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Technology has played a critical role in allowing small and midsize businesses to quickly pivot and adapt amidst disruption, and the role of technology continues to grow in importance. Incredible tools such as AI, ML, and RPA allow finance teams to automate traditional processes and ultimately strengthen core operations for long-term success. Therefore, it is critical for SMBs to evaluate their digital transformation needs and develop a strategic framework for new technology implementations.
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Sustainability remains a top priority for businesses of every size. Although small and midsize businesses (SMBs) may not have the same resources as large corporations, these resilient companies are able to help promote more sustainable and ethical company practices. Promoting their sustainable initiatives may have a positive impact for smaller businesses, including outshining the competition and attracting more business due to greener operations. Therefore, SMBs should evaluate their sustainability practices to increase their bottom-line in the long run.
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Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation:None required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s):1
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