By Pat Doyle, EVP & CFO, DirecTV
By Isaac Sacolick, CIO and CTO, Greenwitch Associates
By Joseph Santamaria, VP–IT & CIO, PSEG Services Corporation
By Todd M. Albers, Sr. Payments Consultant, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
By Richard Ferrara, CTO & EVP, Woodforest National Bank
Another consideration is, of course, mobility. Mobility has been the front and center for the past few years and will continue to dominate.
By Fran Burns, Managing Director of SC&H Group’s Oracle-Hyperion EPM and BI Consulting practice
The thirst for business information and data analytics continues to increase at a staggering pace.
By Bill Genovese, Principal, WGROUP
Emerging technologies provide the perfect storm of opportunity for the CFO and CIO to work closer together to increase revenue, profit, business growth.
By Safwan Zaheer, Director-Financial Services Digital & Head of FinTech, KPMG US
The irrational frenzy and market activity will continue to reinforce demand for Bitcoin in 2018, which will in turn drive higher price of Bitcoin.
By Inder M. Singh, SVP and CFO, Unisys
In a dynamic, competitive business environment, every company is working hard to gain an advantage in the marketplace.
By Vennard Wright, CIO, WSSC (Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission)
As consumers and recipients of services from utilities, one of our least favorite things about receipt of those services is paying bills.
By Garrett Gafke, CEO, Identity Mind Global
In 2015, 13 million Americans lost more than $15 billion dollars at the hands of identity thieves.
By Ned Borgstrom, Jr., Former CFO, El Camino Hospital
A recent industry conference called Healthcare Consumerism Symposium highlights the rapid change that is happening within the healthcare industry.
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 Mario Spanicciati, Chief Strategy Officer, BlackLine
Today’s Chief Financial Officer has the most challenging job in business, entrusted with managing the financial risks of global and increasingly complex enterprises.
By Kathy Willard, CFO, Live Nation Entertainment
We believe that regular forecasting is the key to monitoring and addressing shifts in the business, regardless of the driver of the change.
By Rich Carroll, CFO, WGroup
As the CFO for WGroup, a leading technology management consulting firm, I’m in a unique position to understand how critical it is for IT and Finance departments to work together.
By Jennifer R. Reilly, VP, CFO, TIAA
A very important step is to celebrate successes along the way, and recognize the key colleagues and staff who are working so hard to advance milestones to move toward the future vision.
By Eddie Ho, CIO, Los Alamos National Bank
With the pressure of the regulatory compliance environment driving the financial industry to a highly-standardized processing model, and the rise of customer expectations for up-to-date banking services.
By Alan Haughie, SVP-Finance & CFO, ServiceMaster Company
CFOs cannot take a passive role in defining company strategy.
By Daniel Bain, CFO, Uttam Galva North America Inc.
Deep learning was always thought to be a powerful “universal function approximator”—e.g., it can be used to model even complex non-linear problems like human vision or natural language processing.
By Laura Hazlett, Chief Financial & Administrative Officer, California College of the Arts
The recent increased ability to use data and analytics for decision-making has created remarkable opportunities for organizations to address issues quickly and effectively.