By Christopher Uriarte, CIO, Aon, Cyber Solutions Group
By Patrick Harms, GMBA,AVP Data Analytics, Credit Union of America
By Dhiraj Cherian, CFO, Panasonic Automotive [TYO: 6752]
By Eddie Ho, CIO, Los Alamos National Bank
By Audrey Chin, Accounts Payable Officer, Planet Innovation
One of the main impact is in scanning. Once an invoice is processed in the system, a barcode will be produced from a barcode machine.
By Greg Schwartz, CIO & SVP, United Services Automobile Association
Today customers want quick and easy access to services and options without the need to interact with people. The challenge is coupled with the need to deploy a single solution across
By Todd M. Albers, Sr. Payments Consultant, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
True e-Invoices are essential to an effective supply chain process and are the first step in straight-through-processing for payments.
By Jeff Zimmerman, COO, Clearent
It’s not just about accepting payments; it’s also about tracking inventory, scheduling appointments, and logging staff hours.
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 Joe Lichty, Director of Marketing, Keane Unclaimed Property
Conducting a Risk Assessment or Self-Audit is one of the most effective ways to establish a compliance baseline
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 Tanya Acevedo, CIO, Travis County
Travis County, with its county seat in Austin, Texas, is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the nation.
By Scott Morrison, Chief Product Officer, Ascensus College Savings
For the last several years, fintech companies have waged a crusade into the financial services space, which has traditionally been occupied by larger, more mature players.
By Joseph R. Postiglione, VP, Chief Procurement Officer, National Basketball Association
We are in a continuous improvement mode in terms of ensuring our travelers have a good experience.
By David Gledhill, CIO, DBS Bank [SGX: D05]
The only constant is change, so how can companies keep pace with change? Over the past decade, I’ve come to learn of a few secret tactics that help facilitate and catalyst a company’s transformation journey.
By Axel Schiller, Marketing Director, Automotive Division, Micron Technology
Ford Motor Company didn’t invent the automobile, but with the introduction of the Model T in 1908, they began a revolution that changed the world.
By Marie Hibbert, Director of Tax Technology, NextEra Energy, Inc, Florida Power & Light Company
Tax is one of the largest consumers of data inside an organization and requires specific information for planning and compliance purposes.
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 Lisa Pope, SVP-Global Strategy & Sales, Infor CloudSuite
This August marks ten years since Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc on the Gulf Cost, leaving a path of destruction that is still evident in some areas, even today.
By Jennifer Tran, Billing Services Director, Intermountain Rural Electric Association
The most helpful part to any bill design project is preparing your testing data.
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.