Whether pursuing incremental technology enablement or digesting acquisitions, finance leaders are charged with managing information flow through larger tech stacks and parallel systems. Integrations have their limits and others take significant time, yet stakeholder demands for visibility are ever-increasing. How can CFOs manage growing tech stacks and data sources when the ERP isn't the silver bullet?
Finance Leading IT Change - Setting the data roadmap from the finance function toward IT, ensuring the tail doesn't wag the dog.
Expectations Alignment - Getting finance's responsibilities settled upfront on selection decisions; defining the difference between individual technology application and role as a central data source.
Team Capabilities - Designing the capability set of your team to efficiently develop and maintain processes in a state of constant fragmentation
Key Q&A checklist for finance's role and responsibilities in technology decisions
Targeted finance skillsets and capabilities for data management and process development
Examples of when integration should be prioritized (solid process vs. automation investments)
In a closed-door, confidential setting, during the Roundtable discussion you will have the opportunity to discuss and share with your peers insights and best practices regarding your financial operations.
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