Outsourcing to Strengthen Resiliency of...

By Jan Pilbauer, CIO, Payments Canada

Increasing Efficiency and Decision Making...

By Gary Hayes, CIO & VP IT, CenterPoint Energy

Impact of technology to AP and AR

By Audrey Chin, Accounts Payable Officer, Planet Innovation

Building a Best-in-Class Financial...

By Andreas Rothe, CFO, Fragomen

THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS: Brick-n-Mortar Stores and Digital Technology Working Together

By Rob Lloyd, CFO, GameStop

THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS: Brick-n-Mortar Stores and Digital Technology Working Together

Big data, Beacons, Geo-Fencing, Digital wallets, Mobile point-of-sale, Smartphone applications, Cloud-based systems, Augmented reality --the list of transformational technologies bombarding

CFO-plus - Art & Science of Decision Making: The critical 30 seconds!

By Joseph Falcao, CFO, JSI Store Fixtures

CFO-plus - Art & Science of Decision Making: The critical 30 seconds!

“It often requires more courage to dare to do right than to fear to do wrong” Abraham Lincoln

The Secrets behind Transformation

By David Gledhill, CIO, DBS Bank [SGX: D05]

The only constant is change, so how can companies keep pace with change? Over the past decade, I’ve come to learn of a few secret tactics that help facilitate and catalyst a

Implementing Omnichannel: Best Practices for Community Banks

By Josh Botnen, Director of Digital Strategy and Client Experience, First Interstate Bank (NASDAQ: FIBK) And Kade Peterson, Chief Information Officer

Implementing Omnichannel: Best Practices for Community Banks

There’s no questioning customers’ demanding digital offerings, but it’s difficult to imagine the community banking industry ever providing a 100% digital solution without losing its

Empowering the Public Sector and the People

By Tanya Acevedo, CIO, Travis County

Empowering the Public Sector and the People

Travis County, with its county seat in Austin, Texas, is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the nation.

Tracking Cookies: Should Banks and Credit Unions Use them?

By Rohit Srivastava, VP-Business Technology, WSECU

Tracking Cookies: Should Banks and Credit Unions Use them?

I was shopping for hotels in Dallas on Travelocity. com, browsing my options at a perfectly nice Hilton Garden, but I ended up not booking the room. Ten minutes later I started looking up

Why CFOs Should Not Fear the Cloud

By Jeff Haslow, CFO, Knowland Group

Why CFOs Should Not Fear the Cloud

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 “Cloud”, Software as a Service or SaaS).

The Current and Future States of AML Technology

By Eric Barzydlo, Regulatory Compliance Officer, Fulton Financial Corporation, Lancaster, PA

The Current and Future States of AML Technology

RPA can be used to automate the gathering of data from multiple sources, significantly lessening the amount of time investigators must spending on this routine task.

Securing Success: The Future of Commercial Banking

By Jay Poole, SVP-Commercial Banking, SunTrust

How banks respond to customer engagement, growth and efficiency, regulation, and competition are inextricably linked.

AI and Machine Learning: Moving from Pilot Programs to Pragmatic Transformation

By Kevin Welch, Managing Director, Business Transformation & Oversight, Brown Brothers Harriman

AI and Machine Learning: Moving from Pilot Programs to Pragmatic Transformation

Like many in our industry, BBH has spent considerable time exploring how AI and machine learning can enhance middle and back-office services. Here are three success factors that helped us achieve our goals.

Cryptocurrencies - Are You Preparing?

By Eddie Ho, CIO, Los Alamos National Bank

Cryptocurrencies - Are You Preparing?

Cryptocurrencies, digital currencies that are based on cryptography, are becoming a pivotal focus area for capital markets in 2016.

The Changing Role of Software Testing in an Agile Environment

By Brad Boemmel, Director of Quality Assurance, Morningstar, Inc.

The Changing Role of Software Testing in an Agile Environment

The agile software development life cycle was designed primarily by and for developers; it was not created to optimize Quality Assurance (QA).

How Peterson Auto Group Shifted from Reverse to Overdrive with AP Automation

By Patsy Price, Director of Operations, Peterson Auto Group

How Peterson Auto Group Shifted from Reverse to Overdrive with AP Automation

Every business is unique and faces its own set of challenges. Make sure you know what those are, understand your budget, and set key performance goals and measurements

DEATH OF THE BRANCH? ONLY IF WE RISK-ASSESS THEM TO OBLIVION

By Scott McGillivray, EVP & CIO, Pacific Continental Bank

DEATH OF THE BRANCH? ONLY IF WE RISK-ASSESS THEM TO OBLIVION

I am going to ask you to play a game with me. More of a thought experiment, actually. I cannot promise it will be fun, and I am not sure every reader is going to get the same result.

Do's and Don'ts of Change Management in Financial Systems Initiatives

By Tim Hird, Executive Director, Robert Half Management Resources

Do's and Don'ts of Change Management in Financial Systems Initiatives

This is a dynamic time in the world of financial software, with technological advances creating breakthroughs in how business problems are solved.

What CFOs Need to Know about Taxing the Digital Economy

By James A. Brumby, Director, World Bank’s Governance Global Practice, World Bank Group

What CFOs Need to Know about Taxing the Digital Economy

One thing is clear from our work: Existing tax policies—designed primarily with physical goods and locally delivered services in mind—are being aggressively challenged.

3 Reasons Why HR And Finance Should Collaborate

By Bertrand Dussert, VP, HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle

3 Reasons Why HR And Finance Should Collaborate

It’s no secret that digital transformation is happening and dramatically affecting the pace of business, both externally with customers, vendors, and partners, but also internally with regard to employees.