By Bill Murphy, SVP, CIO & CRO, Fidelity Bank of Florida N.A.
By Todd M. Albers, Sr. Payments Consultant, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
By Sheri Rhodes, Chief Technology Officer, Western Union
By Lisa Pope, SVP, Global Strategy & Sales, Infor CloudSuite
By Kay Firth-Butterfield, Head-AI & Machine Learning, World Economic Forum And Aaina Agarwal, Project Specialist, AI & Machine Learning, World Economic Forum
The volume of applicants per positions has rapidly increased over the past few years, while staffing at the human resources (“HR”) departments has remained relatively flat.
By Tim Schaefer, Executive Vice President - Client and Digital Experience, Northwestern Mutual
Fintech is one of the largest and fastest growing industries, with new innovations and digital technologies ranging from lending and payments to financial planning constantly being
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 Dionne Denson, CFO, Georgia Department of Public Health
An efficient system for travel expenses should automate reviews and approvals and integrate with the organization’s financial system.
By Anton Duvall, CFO, Siemens Building Technologies’ Operations across the Americas
As we don’t have a digitalization or data experts departments in our division, we are focused on developing the most efficient way to provide SAP system.
By Kathy Willard, CFO, Live Nation Entertainment
We believe that regular forecasting is the key to monitoring and addressing shifts in the business, regardless of the driver of the change.
By John Rainey, EVP & CFO, United Continental
For any CFO today, defining a company’s long term vision is likely a top priority. As United Airlines’ CFO, I am very involved in the development and execution of our strategic plan to ensure we deliver the
By Tyler Sloat, CFO, Zuora
Top line recurring revenue growth is now the key metric and the efficiency of that growth drives the valuation multiples.
By Ana Chadwick, CFO & COO, GE Capital, Global Legacy Solutions
It is said that “real work” doesn’t begin until the deal is signed and closed.
By Regis Quirin, Director of Finance, Gibney, Anthony & Flaherty, LLP
Companies continually look for ways to reduce costs, facilitate sales, and increase customer satisfaction. While there are a multitude of specific approaches that could be utilized to address each issue, all three
By Eileen Baines, SVP & CIO, CoBank
Business strategy should not be hindered by the limitations of existing technology, but rather technology must bring business strategy to life.
By Isaac Sacolick, CIO and CTO, Greenwitch Associates
Technology has to take an active role transforming the business. In financial services and especially in banking, this is likely a digital transformation where most of the business is already happening through digital and mobile channels.
By Kim Petry, CFO, itBit
Startups are known for exploring multiple product ideas and business opportunities before finding their sweet spot.
By Aarti Rao, Managing Director, LiquidX
The technology interface is global, providing corporates with global reconciliation and access, as well as the ability to work with multiple investors via one portal.
By Scott M. Frisch, EVP & COO, AARP
As COO & CFO of AARP, I’ve observed how an effective ERM process can do more than shield an organization from identified threats and risks.
By Roman Hingorani, CFO, FINCA Microfinance Holding Company
In my long career in banking, I’ve utilized technology to increase efficiency, balance books and more importantly, ensure growth of customer profitability and value for shareholders.
By Rob Ollander-Krane, Director of Talent Planning and Performance, Gap Inc.
Neuroscience is changing the way we think about how people interact and the far-reaching implications of those positive and negative feelings.