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The Quintessential Technology Source for Corporate Financial Professionals

Developing Innovative Solutions to Bring...

By Fran Shammo, EVP & CFO, Verizon Communications

A lot of questions to be asked, but no...

By Dan Komanski, Vice President of Risk Management, Robins Financial...

A Balancing Act: Technology Developments...

By Scott Morrison, Chief Product Officer, Ascensus College Savings

Sales and Use Tax Technology Solutions:...

By Rebecca M. Balinskas, Associate, Morrison & Foerster LLP And Michael J. Hilkin, Associate, Morrison & Foerster LLP

Why 'Convenience Culture' is Driving Big Business to Fintech

By Chad A. Schmookler, Senior Director, International Operations, InComm

Why 'Convenience Culture' is Driving Big Business to Fintech

Large companies are clamoring to enter the fintech space not only to satisfy their need for constant growth but also to satisfy a consumer culture hellbent on convenience without sacrifice.

Resilient Oakland Launches Civic Design Lab to Embed Systems Thinking & Agile Government

By Kiran Jain, Chief Resilience Officer, Deputy City Administrator, City of Oakland

Resilient Oakland Launches Civic Design Lab to Embed Systems Thinking & Agile Government

Cities around the world are turning to best practices from the technology sector to help address changing needs.

Retail Focus: Using Promotional Financing to help Close the Sale

By Sue Yasav, VP, Market & Consumer Insights, Synchrony Financial [NYSE:SYF]

It’s hard to imagine American retail without financing. Since the 1930s, consumer financing has fueled consumer spending and made major purchases possible for generations of shoppers.

Securing Your Company's Tomorrow By Creating a Strategic Finance Organization

By Inder M. Singh, SVP and CFO, Unisys

Securing Your Company's Tomorrow By Creating a Strategic Finance Organization

In a dynamic, competitive business environment, every company is working hard to gain an advantage in the marketplace.

End-User Computing and Technical Debt in Taxation

By JD Choi, CEO, Tax Technologies, Inc.

End-User Computing and Technical Debt in Taxation

Spreadsheets are the most common end-user computing (“EUC”) tool in taxation. Since the introduction of VisiCalc in 1979, electronic spreadsheets experienced several market evolutions.

Technology Should Grow Smarter

By Greg Schwartz, CIO & SVP, United Services Automobile Association

Technology Should Grow Smarter

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

Upcoming trends and technological advancements in the Accounts Payable space

By Sandra Clarke,Chief Financial Officer, Blue Shield of California

Upcoming trends and technological advancements in the Accounts Payable space

Investments in agile and flexible technology are crucial to reducing long term expense and providing a scalable platform.

Ensuring Security and Thwarting Cyberattacks

By Ron Dinwiddie, EVP & CIO, Texas Trust Credit Union

Ensuring Security and Thwarting Cyberattacks

Being in the financial industry, my biggest challenge is providing my customers the ability to do business in an efficient yet secure manner.

Impact of technology to AP and AR

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.

Valuing Growth: Fostering a Forward-thinking Accounting Team

By Bill Fahrbach, SVP, Finance, WorkWave

Valuing Growth: Fostering a Forward-thinking Accounting Team

We often talk about technology in terms of its broad application: to the world, to an organization, to an individual.

Tax Technology Today and Tomorrow

By JD Choi, CEO, Tax Technologies, Inc.

Tax Technology Today and Tomorrow

The corporate income tax software market went through transitional phases similar to many other software market segments – fragmented development and, eventually, market consolidation.

Transforming an IT Ecosystem at 30 Thousand Feet

By Hilton Sturisky, CIO, Spirit Airlines

Transforming an IT Ecosystem at 30 Thousand Feet

We are making major improvements to our website and mobile platforms while building a digital platform to help improve operational integrity.

Impact of Emerging Technologies in Financial Services

By Lena Mass-Cresnik, PhD, Chief Data Officer, Moelis & Company

Impact of Emerging Technologies in Financial Services

By combining internal, proprietary company data with external data sources, AI, and machine learning could generate alerts around potential macro changes.

The Need To Be Innovative is Out Of Your Control

By Matthew C Mosher, EVP & Chief Operating Officer, A M Best Company

The Need To Be Innovative is Out Of Your Control

Innovation and Insurtech are two words that leaders in the insurance industry can’t help but see almost every day.

Travel Expense Management in the Hotel Industry

By Dennis DuBois, Senior Director of Finance, Radisson Hotel Group

Travel Expense Management in the Hotel Industry

Managing travel expenditures via electronic systems or through professional travel managers will only be as good as the policies and procedures that have been established by the company.

Rewiring IT Architecture to Support Future Needs

By Anthony Scaglione, EVP & CFO, ABM Industries

Rewiring IT Architecture to Support Future Needs

As we are looking at our technology opportunities, we have begun to remap our process flows.

3 Reasons Why HR And Finance Should Collaborate

By Bertrand Dussert, VP, HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle

3 Reasons Why HR And Finance Should Collaborate

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.