2022 promises a lot of change, growth, and fortuitous developments for small and midsize businesses (SMBs). SMB finance executives are leading the way with new practices and strategies that will carry businesses into a post-pandemic future.
In order to continue to grow, finance leaders must invest in new technologies and focus on enhancing relationships for increased revenue. “Going digital” is no longer optional for organizations, especially SMBs, and digital transformation initiatives are more important than ever for organizational success.
Top priorities for SMB CFOs and finance executives include restructuring finance operations, meeting finance transformation goals, building the most efficient finance team, and remaining agile to adapt to unexpected change.
Attend the Argyle Digital: SMB Finance Half-Day Forum, which will cover:
Capital allocation strategies are crucial for SMB finance teams to properly budget, designate funds, and focus on the core financial needs of the business. When dispensing capital, finance teams must ensure these approaches meet the shareholder return goals, add value to the entire organization, and enhance long-term financial stability.
In this opening keynote presentation, you will learn:
Chief Financial Officer
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
As we navigate the new year, finance leaders are continuously adapting to a new “normal” and bracing for unforeseen future disruptions, including the changing marketplace. Small and midsize businesses, in particular, must remain agile to help their organizations navigate an uncertain economy and are harnessing the power of data, predictive analytics, and FP&A to do so.
Join this engaging panel discussion to learn how to:
Former Head of Reporting and Data Analytics
Vice President Finance
Vice President of Finance, Planning and Analysis
Chief Financial Officer
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
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are invaluable technological advancements that can profoundly impact the finance function. New developments in automation drive meaningful outcomes for organizations by improving back-office operations, enhancing customer experiences, strengthening risk management, and streamlining manual processes. The benefits of moving forward with new automation tools and technologies are clear, but where do you begin?
In this insightful panel discussion, you will learn how to:
Senior Director of Finance, Innovation Office
Chief of Procurement
Senior Product Manager
A.I. Strategist & Author
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation:None required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s):3
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