By Erwin Eimers, CIO, Valent U.S.A. Corporation
By Anthony Scaglione, EVP & CFO, ABM Industries
By Garrett Gafke, CEO, Identity Mind Global
By Gary Hayes, CIO & VP IT, CenterPoint Energy
By Mark Palmer, SVP-Engineering & General Manager, TIBCO Software
Why? The proliferation of data in motion has led to a complete transformation of operating procedure in many industries.
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.
By Joe LaFeir, SVP, IS&S (Information Systems & Solutions), IHS Automotive
Last year I recall a friend of mine saying it's crazy that it seems like every other house in his neighborhood had a Chevrolet Corvette in their garage. My friend is a 45-year-old
By JD Choi, CEO, Tax Technologies, Inc.
The corporate income tax software market went through transitional phases similar to many other software market segments – fragmented development and, eventually, market consolidation.
By Jackie Combine, CFO, Technology & Operations, Thomson Reuters
There is no better time to be a CFO. We have an abundance of opportunities to partner to advance the short and long-term goals of our organizations.
By Andy Kroll, Statewide Department Chair, Cloud Computing, Texas State Technical College (tstc.edu)
One of the biggest challenges facing the information technology and education industries today is the speed of innovation.
By Scott Hennon, CISO and Head of Security Services, Cetera Financial Group And Mike Ragunas, CIO, Cetera Financial Group
Financial advisors are no exception to the host of operational challenges brought about by rapid technological change.
By Art Sebastiano, CIO, SharkNinja Operating LLC
Manufacturers in the consumer durables space are experiencing an increase in demand for superior products alongside the advent of various automated technologies.
By Mark Steffler, CFO, Legend3D, Inc.
If we look at the contemporary business landscape, technology seems to have left a deep impact on almost every sphere including finance. Of late, finance has levitated to new heights, incorporating technological blends into its realm of action.
By Bill Genovese, Principal, WGroup
Blockchain, fintech, big data and IoT are just some of the buzzwords of new technology the Banking CIO has to sift through.
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 Sanjay Ravi, Sr. Director-Worldwide Manufacturing, Microsoft
The connected-car experience is the future of the automotive industry. It’s changing the relationship between automakers and their customers and offering new revenue streams for manufacturers.
By Scott Cardenas, CIO, City and County of Denver
Our ability to understand that line of business and bring technology, process and project management skills to the table is a necessity.
By Raouf Carmi, VP, Product & Digital Transformation, Eagle Investment Systems (subsidiary of BNY Mellon)
The digital landscape has changed dramatically over the last couple of years–The adoption of mobile banking continues to surge.
By Jeffrey Melnick, CFO, EisnerAmper
The idea of the traditional role of a CFO as purely a number-cruncher is as antiquated as pay phones and carbon paper. In fact, there should be little that is outside the lane of today’s CFO.
By Sue Yasav, VP, Market & Consumer Insights, Synchrony Financial [NYSE:SYF]
It’s hard to imagine American retail without financing. Since the 1930s, consumer financing has fueled consumer spending and made major purchases possible for generations of shoppers.
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.