Giving CFOs the tools for effective financial planning
Senior industry leaders will share their insights
The office of the CFO now has the opportunity to leverage emerging technology to transform huge volumes of financial and operational data to provide valuable insight and guidance on overall company strategy. Companies are continuing to explore the benefits of transitioning from labyrinths of siloed, mission-critical systems to an integrated, unified end-to-end solution. This event has been organised to help ensure that the needs of the CFO are being understood and met, and that the finance department will not be undervalued in the wider businesses’ strategic planning.
This executive level panel, organised by the Financial Times in partnership with Wolters Kluwer | CCH Tagetik addressed the needs and challenges facing the office of the CFO going forward to ensure that organisations have the tools they need to effectively roadmap for success.
Key talking points
How important is it to ensure responsibly coordinated management of the available data in order to harness emerging disruptive solutions? Has the necessary balance between data quantity and data quality been found?
What impact do we expect to see as businesses develop and expand their use of disruptive technologies such as machine learning, predictive analytics and artificial intelligence?
What is missing from the CFO toolbox? What challenges need to be overcome to identify and implement new solutions?
What are the barriers to success for well orchestrated workflow planning? What solutions exist to help?
Are organisations getting effective support as they look to evolve their financial processes?
World-class business leaders and speakers
The office of the CFO with the tools needed to direct time, energy and resources to the right areas
The importance of responsibly managed data in realising the potential of new technologies
From experts who have successfully transitioned to unified, end-to-end corporate performance management solutions.
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