The past year has been extremely demanding for CFOs. CFOs have had to balance cutting costs with investing in growth, while at the same time striving for financial health and building organizational resilience.

The inaugural edition of Coupa’s annual survey asked how financial leaders cope with these uncertain times. Many CFOs said they lack visibility into spend across the company—often because of legacy systems—making meeting these demands nearly impossible.

Join Coupa CFO, Tony Tiscornia, IDC Research Director, Kevin Permenter, and Primetals Head of Group Finance, Jeremy Hamon as they cover how modern technology—automation especially—can help you respond to challenges and weather a recession without broad cutbacks.

You’ll also hear executive perspectives on:

• Financial performance and strategies for profitability
• Internal pressures and external threats, from rising wages to supply chain disruption
• Plans to drive growth in the event of a recession



Jeremy Hamon

Head of Group Finance, CFO
Primetals Technologies

Ulrika Haug

Senior Director, Product Marketing

Tony Tiscornia


Kevin Permenter

Research Analyst

Field of Study:Finance



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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