By Jackie Combine, CFO, Technology & Operations, Thomson Reuters
By Roman Hingorani, CFO, FINCA Microfinance Holding Company
By Bill Fahrbach, SVP, Finance, WorkWave
By Fran Burns, Managing Director of SC&H Group’s Oracle-Hyperion EPM and BI Consulting practice
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 Kim Petry, CFO, itBit
Startups are known for exploring multiple product ideas and business opportunities before finding their sweet spot.
By Robert F. Crudup, EVP-IT, Investment Operations & Product Management, SEI
With today’s reliance on software, many companies are increasingly facing the challenge of building complex global systems to support workf low.
By Jeff Laborde, CFO, Infor
The role of the today’s CFO has never been more complex, even as technology aspires to make the CFO’s life easier.
By David DiCristofaro, Global Lead Partner, IT Advisory in Risk Consulting, KPMG LLP
Banks everywhere are under pressure. It is hard for them to grow organically in the post-crisis period, while increased regulation imposes costs and limits capital available.
By Scott McGillivray, EVP & CIO, Pacific Continental Bank
I am going to ask you to play a game with me. More of a thought experiment, actually. I cannot promise it will be fun, and I am not sure every reader is going to get the same result.
By Brian Patterson, CFO, USS
Working for a company that is growing furiously is both fun and challenging. The fun comes from seeing the results of your hard work before the ink on your plans has dried.
By Suzanne Galvin, SVP Product Management, Elan Financial Services
Data breaches, point-of-sale attacks, the creation of sophisticated new forms of malware and the introduction of “cybercrime-as-a-service” are now key issues.
By Sameer Kishore, VP & Global Head, Banking, Financial Services, Securities & Insurance, Dell Services
Much has been written about the global forces gathering to create a ‘perfect storm’ in the world of banking, causing unprecedented pressure on the financial system.
By Kristin Gallagher, Director, Global Sourcing and Procurement in the Financial Services industry, Russell Investments
Before you finalize that outsourcing or offshoring deal, read your third-party data licensing contracts carefully—it could cost you if you don’t.
By Bill Genovese, Principal, WGROUP
Emerging technologies provide the perfect storm of opportunity for the CFO and CIO to work closer together to increase revenue, profit, business growth.
By Kevin Held, CFO, TradingScreen
I used to say that a budget was only worth the paper it was written on. Fifteen years ago, the budget was created in a spreadsheet and was a static document.
By Matt Armanino, Partner, COO & CFO Advisory Services Practice Lead, Armanino LLP
The shrinking chorus dismissing CFOs as “bean counters” is down to comedians looking for laughs and luddites who aren’t seeing what’s happening in the world around them.
By Tom Berquist, CFO, TIBCO Software
After nearly 30 years in the software industry, I have learned a tremendous amount about how organizations use and manage both third party (purchased) and in-house (self-built) software.
By David Worrell, Partner & CFO, Fuse Financial Partners
Running a company without a CFO is tough—but hiring one can be even tougher.
By Mario Spanicciati, Chief Strategy Officer, BlackLine
Today’s Chief Financial Officer has the most challenging job in business, entrusted with managing the financial risks of global and increasingly complex enterprises.
By Peter Stone, CFO, The ADS Group
I started my professional career as a staff accountant for a large regional public accounting firm.