With the year 2021 in the books, small and midsize businesses are optimistic about 2022. Although SMBs were greatly impacted by the global pandemic, utilizing most of their cash reserves, these organizations proved to be resilient and have overcome unimaginable circumstances.
Despite being smaller in size, SMBs are critical to the economy and finance leaders are tasked with ensuring the continued success and profitability of these organizations. SMBs are more reliant on federal funding, and this assistance has helped entrepreneurs survive and prevented permanent closings.
So, what does the future hold for CFOs and finance leaders of SMBs?
Join this Argyle Digital SMB Finance Leadership Forum, where top mind in finance will discuss:
It is no secret that small and midsize businesses have been dealt a difficult hand since the beginning of 2020, but many SMBs were fortunate to have previous digital experience under their belts. This has allowed finance teams to implement new technologies more easily, while identifying the areas in which digital technology could further increase their business. So, what technology trends lay ahead for CFOs and finance executives of these smaller organizations?
Join this keynote presentation to learn how to:
As we close out 2021, SMB finance teams continue to navigate the benefits of AI and automation implementations. Routine work will be automated, alleviating the pressures of mundane tasks for finance teams to increase performance. Automated processes are slowly becoming a necessity and finance executives are looking ahead at new software investments.
Join this panel discussion, which will address:
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President Finance and Operations
Finance leaders have remained resilient in the face of disruption, backed by an unwavering team of dedicated employees. Rebuilding lost revenue streams and recovering from an economic crisis may seem daunting, but SMBs are agile and easily able to adapt to new environments. It is more important than ever to learn how to motivate employees and strengthen company culture to ensure overall organizational success.
In this panel discussion, you will learn how to:
Senior Vice President - Finance & Accounting Direct Hire
Vice President of Financial Operations
Former Chief Financial Officer and Head of Strategy
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation: None required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s):2
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