By Amin Maredia, CFO, Sprouts Farmers Market
By Mark Bauer, Managing Director and Co-lead of the Data Center Solutions, JLL
By Tracy Lemoine, SVP & CMO, XTRAC Solutions, a Fidelity Investments Company
By Scott Klus, VP, Policy Administration Systems, Jackson National Life Insurance
By Sebastian Pariath, COO & CIO, John Hancock
Very quickly these new players become frustrated. Getting the data was not so easy.
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 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 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 Jennifer R. Reilly, VP & Head of Institutional Strategic Pricing, 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 Michelle DeBella, Global Head of Internal Audit, Uber
Once you cover some of the fundamentals like the budget, on-premise or cloud-based preferences, and other basics, the “lucky seven” mentioned can make you–and your finance partners–a
By Judy Bruner, EVP Administration & CFO, SanDisk Corporation
Our BI investment has significantly improved the productivity of our finance analysts, allowing them to quickly slice and dice large volumes of information to analyze trends.
By Supryo Sen, EVP and GM, Global Head of Financial Services, Optimal Strategix Group, Inc.
Much has been written about the emergence of AI as the next frontier in technology and the limitless.
By James A. Brumby, Director, World Bank’s Governance Global Practice, World Bank Group
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.
By Rodger Howell, Advisory Principal, PwC
The evolution of the C-suite is perhaps best exemplified by the expanded role the CFO is playing in many organizations.
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 Ann Quandt, CFO, Partners In Health
I am writing this as I fly to Lesotho, a small landlocked country in South Africa. Lesotho is a mountainous kingdom with an actual king and actual mountains where there is even skiing during the colder months.
By Nicolas Miailhe, Co-Founder & President, The Future Society And Thierry Berthier, CTO, Aletheion
It is necessary to generalize this detection of anomalies to data and metadata transmitted in e-mails, as well as to html links pointing to imitation websites, by crossing and comparing all the analyzed data
By Jay Poole, SVP-Commercial Banking, SunTrust
How banks respond to customer engagement, growth and efficiency, regulation, and competition are inextricably linked.
By Alberto Ruocco, AEP VP & CIO, American Electric Power
For many utilities, management of IT and OT has evolved in an unexpected fashion, resulting in inconsistent practices across traditional IT and business operations.
By James Paterson, VP and GM of Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting North America, Corporate Indirect Segment
Most IT and tax teams are unsatisfied with their current tax software. Additionally, businesses still underestimate the likelihood and costs of sales and use tax mistakes.
By Chris Welsh, CEO, OFS Portal LLC
The flow of cash in the oil and gas industry seems quite simple. Take customer sales orders, fulfill orders, deliver orders, generate invoices, and collect payments. But times have changed. As the industry has grown so too has technology.