Download your free copy of "Confessions of a CFO." You'll see how easy it is to regain control—and your calm—by bringing the following into your organization:
• Operational efficiency
• In-depth insights, on demand
• Quick consolidations and fast closings
• Accurate billing, faster invoices
• Cloud-based finance
• Out-of-the-box integration
This research paper argues that it is up to the CFO to work with IT to modernize the business before it is too late. Enterprises need greater transparency into the streams of data illuminating market opportunities and market risks. They need systems that scale in step with the organization’s growth and technologies assisting a more intimate customer relationship. This paper highlights five reasons why the CFO must lead the charge to modernize their organizations now—or risk being outrun by the competition.
In this white paper we demonstrate why CFOs must focus their attention on advancing along three distinct strategic tiers:
1) Optimizing the health system’s fiscal health. Even if it’s already good it needs to be even better to weather inevitable industry changes.
2) Thinking outside the walls of the health system by optimizing the ecosystem of providers, the system of care, and physician loyalty.
3) Optimizing the patient experience: harness the health system to deliver what patients value most.
Read this white paper to learn the five essential questions CFOs should be asking their controllers. The discussion will enable you and your controller to jointly to establish best practices around:
Visibility and reporting
In the white paper, leading CFOs share perspectives on building and developing finance departments. Findings underscore value in the human touch and investment in new technology. The paper distills six rules for drawing talent to—and results from—finance departments in the Digital Age.
The report explores the new finance best practices CFOs are adopting in the Digital Age to create modern finance organizations better equipped to support more agile, technology-enabled business models and stronger C-suite collaboration.
Financial Executives Research Foundation (FERF) recently interviewed more than 20 experts to explore the best practices they are adopting to support business models and C-suite collaboration. What they found were serious changes in five key functions of the modern finance organization.
According to Accenture, identifying and influencing these profitability
levers is at the top of most CFO agendas today, as CEOs increasingly look to their finance chiefs for insights on where to invest in new initiatives that can boost top line and bottom line growth.
This white paper distills six rules that modern CFOs worldwide are adopting to attract, retain and nurture finance talent with the skills needed to put finance at the heart of data driven business decision making across the enterprise.
Marketing value metrics enable marketers to measure the impact of marketing activity against organisational goals more effectively and empowers marketing teams and their leaders to justify and defend their plans to their CEOs and CFOs. The model presented in this free chapter has been developed by Professor Stan Maklan, Dr Stan Maklan and Peter Mouncey from the renowned Cranfield School of Management and provide a metrics-based framework for developing and implementing marketing strategies that are measurable and accountable.
Published By: Anaplan
Published Date: Mar 05, 2015
FP&A is a crucial component of the CFO’s job, but it is often frustratingly ineffective. As a result, many organisations use the data produced by finance only for compliance; their strategic decision making remains uninfluenced by it. However, the emergence of
sophisticated software solutions has created new opportunities
for CFOs to turn FP&A into the strategic exercise it ought to be.
A Guide to solutions that make AP simpler, safer, and more efficient.
Everyday AP is an arduous process. It involves receiving and manually keying data from paper invoices, chasing approvals through e-mail and phone calls, printing paper checks to pay vendors, manually collating checks with printed invoices and purchase orders, tracking down CFOs for signatures, stuffing envelopes, applying postage, and finally, delivering the resulting stack of payments to the local post office.
Published By: TeamQuest
Published Date: Sep 04, 2014
You don’t have to be a superhero to be a CFO, but it would help.
The rapidly changing pace and dynamics of today’s business environment is placing fresh pressures on all director-level executives, but none more than the CFO who now has virtually equal responsibility for then success of the company as the CEO but without quite the same glory.
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