By Tom Schawang, CFO, Major Brands
By Eileen Baines, SVP & CIO, CoBank
By Denise Dettingmeijer, CFO, Randstad North America [AMS:RAND]
By Enzo de Laurentiis, Chief Procurement Officer, The World Bank
By Lena Mass-Cresnik, PhD, Chief Data Officer, Moelis & Company
By combining internal, proprietary company data with external data sources, AI, and machine learning could generate alerts around potential macro changes.
By Ken Judd, CFO, Keste
A CFO’s two main goals are to reduce enterprise risk and maximize enterprise value. To do so effectively, you need actionable data that will allow you to manage your resources and maximize
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 Anthony Scaglione, EVP & CFO, ABM Industries
As we are looking at our technology opportunities, we have begun to remap our process flows.
By Mark Bauer, Managing Director and Co-lead of the Data Center Solutions, JLL
Business continuity is contingent upon a reliable connection to data and applications hosted off-site.
By Tory Passons, Vice President, U.S. Bank Corporate Payment Systems
AP department partners with a third party to not only execute payment but also figure out the best way to pay – a third party manages vendor and dynamically changes payments to a best
By Tim Hird, Executive Director, Robert Half Management Resources
Don’t skimp on resources
By Dan Bladen, Co-founder and CEO, Chargifi, a Partner of Belkin International
The building blocks for creating an attractive workplace includes three main features, Design, Connectivity and Power
By Srinivas Krovvidy, Director & Head of Advanced Analytics Enablement, Fannie Mae
Walk into any executive-level meeting these days, and you’ll hear plenty of chatter about machine learning (ML).
By David Pollino, Deputy Chief Security Officer, SVP, Bank of the West
It is widely known that internal staff can be one of the biggest threats to a company’s information and security.
By Zack Bishop, EVP & CIO, Renasant Bank [NASDAQ:RNST]
With every company in the technology space heavily incenting their sales associates for those products that create the most repetitive profit, our ability to find relevant unbiased information.
By Eloise Young, CIO, Philadelphia Gas Works
The Internet of Things (IoT) represents an incredible opportunity for utilities to delight our customers by doing what we do faster, cheaper, smarter and better than we can today.
By Gregory Schwartz, CIO, Scottrade Financial Services
The traditional role of the CIO to ensure that customer data remains safe and that systems are available and efficient is still expected, but not sufficient.
By Mark Szczepaniak, Chief Financial Officer, Velocity Mortgage Capital
The key concept to making financial reports more transparent is to make them more understandable
By Nick Fischer, SVP & CFO, The Betteridge Jewelers Group
With visibility into the impacts of our assumptions and choices, the finance team emerged as a true business partner.
By Drew Carrick, Associate Director of Academic Budgets and Grant Compliance, Long Island University
Whereas the year-end is the accountant’s most stressful time of the year, the budgeting season is the financier’s most stressful time of the year.
By Bertrand Dussert, VP, HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle
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.