Panel discussion with Paul Prendergast, Paul Benjamin & Alan Grogan
“CFOs must balance the demands of the present with a strategic vision for the future. They need to be both stewards of the past and architects of the future.”
The role of finance is changing. 89% of C-suite executives believe it’s the CFO who should take on the role of strategic leader [BCG, 2023]. Finance executives are being summoned to the start line and are now competing to evolve finance from an operational function to the strategic backbone of their organisation.
However, CFOs are wading through treacle, burdened by manual tasks, outdated systems, and fragmented data, significantly limiting their ability to deliver on strategy. These organisations are losing out, big time, with revenue growth 2.5 times lower than those with highly digitised finance functions [Accenture, 2022].
If you want to position yourself as the CFO of tomorrow, you need to free yourself up to focus on the bigger picture. After all, the value is in the future, not the past. So, how can you use AI, automation and analytics to support you as you guide your organisation to success?
Lets discuss the CFO role of the future…
Hear from industry-leading finance executives and thought leaders as they share their insights and experiences on how to navigate the ever-changing business landscape and position your organisation for success in the future.
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