By Stephen Hsu, SVP, Model Risk Management, Pacific Western Bank
By Alex Gredysa, CFO & Managing Partner, Dinsmore/Steele
By Bertrand Dussert, VP, HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle
By Eric Brink, CEO, ERPmenu
By Tim Hird, Executive Director, Robert Half Management Resources
This is a dynamic time in the world of financial software, with technological advances creating breakthroughs in how business problems are solved.
By Robert Unger, Senior Director, Product Management and Strategic Initiatives, NACHA-The Electronic Payments Association
However, most companies, even the big, billion dollar plus annual revenue ones, have not implemented basic metrics for tracking and managing payment receipt costs.
By Jeff Henderson, CFO, Cardinal Health
I’m not certain this is a new development. Successful companies have been using CFOs as strategic partners for some time.
By Jeff Haslow, CFO, Knowland Group
There are many compelling reasons to conquer your fears and move your accounting and finance applications through the integrated delivery of business applications over the internet (the
By Bethany Mezzadra, Director of Disbursements, The University of Maryland Medical System
A proven alternative to OCR is managed AP automation. On the front end, this is the perfect blend of human-touch processing coupled with the technology of a business rules engine.
By Joe Turso, VP, SmartStream Technologies
MIFID II requires any firm issuing new products to register these products with the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and its National Competent Authority (NCA).
By Erwin Eimers, CIO, Valent U.S.A. Corporation
Broadly there are two ways in which cloud computing benefits procurement.
By Scott Blandford, Chief Digital Officer, TIAA
TIAA is a member of one of only three insurance groups in the United States to currently hold the highest rating available to U.S. insurers from three of the four leading insurance company rating agencies.
By Alan Haughie, SVP-Finance & CFO, ServiceMaster Company
CFOs cannot take a passive role in defining company strategy.
By Amin Maredia, CFO, Sprouts Farmers Market
In today’s fast moving environment, CFOs are expected to be exceptional usiness leaders with strong fi
By Sameer Kishore, VP & Global Head, Banking, Financial Services, Securities & Insurance, Dell Services
Financial services organizations face security attacks three times as frequently as companies in any other industry.
By James Lusk, EVP & CFO, ABM
The CFO team has developed a laser focus on deploying solutions to key business problems through a disciplined process executed in partnership with the business.
By Scott Klus, VP, Policy Administration Systems, Jackson National Life Insurance
It’s been the same challenge for several years- how to locate, recruit and hire enough qualified people.
By Doug Hague, EVP & Chief Analytics Officer, Bank of America Merchant Services
Big data is likely the most potent weapon that’s being brought to bear on the treatment and prevention of prevalent diseases.
By Robert F. Crudup, EVP-IT, Investment Operations & Product Management, SEI
With today’s reliance on software, many companies are increasingly facing the challenge of building complex global systems to support workf low.
By Dawn Roth Lindell, SVP & CIO, Western Area Power Administration
Grid Ex III was the third nationwide security exercise for the utilities who manage the electric grid.
By David Worrell, Partner & CFO, Fuse Financial Partners
Running a company without a CFO is tough—but hiring one can be even tougher.