By Jeannie Griffin, VP of Product & Technology Services, BCD Meetings & Events
By Nick Fischer, SVP & CFO, Betteridge
By Jeff Henderson, CFO, Cardinal Health
By James Lusk, EVP & CFO, ABM
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 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 Erwin Eimers, CIO, Valent U.S.A. Corporation
Broadly there are two ways in which cloud computing benefits procurement.
By Jock Percy, Founder & CEO, Perseus
Success in financial services industry has long since depended on connecting to large numbers of trading counterparties, low latency/jitter and highly secure network infrastructure to power
By Inder M. Singh, SVP and CFO, Unisys
In a dynamic, competitive business environment, every company is working hard to gain an advantage in the marketplace.
By Dr. Anand S. Rao, Global AI Leader, PwC
As artificial intelligence (AI) moves from consumer to business uses, companies will face significant challenges. Here are some guidelines for adopting AI technology in your company.
By Joe Turso, VP, SmartStream Technologies
MIFID II requires any firm issuing new products to register these products with the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and its National Competent Authority (NCA).
By Enrique Ramos O'Reilly, Regional Director, Temenos
As a supplier of banking technology, one of the trends that has affected our business model is the market shift toward a “pay as you go” type of service.
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 introduced.
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 Fred Boyle, SVP & CFO, Pepco Holdings
In order for a CFO and the financial branch to effectively optimize their value to an organization, other leaders in the company must view the team as critical thought leaders at the decision-making table.
By Michael C. Crews, EVP & CFO, Peabody Energy
Technology is central to modern coal mining and vital to all aspects of planning, operations, development and ultimately value creation.
By Scott Blandford, Chief Digital Officer, TIAA
TIAA is a member of one of only three insurance groups in the United States to currently hold the highest rating available to U.S. insurers from three of the four leading insurance company rating agencies.
By Daniel Bain, CFO, Uttam Galva North America Inc.
Deep learning was always thought to be a powerful “universal function approximator”—e.g., it can be used to model even complex non-linear problems like human vision or natural language processing.
By Rajan Nagarajan, SVP Supply Chain & Digital Transformation, CTI Foods
EPM tracks financial metrics which are essentially outcomes of the various processes. Little to no attention is often given to measuring the underlying causes and drivers of those outcomes.
By Mary A. Winston, EVP & CFO, Family Dollar Stores
The CFO and the entire finance team play a significant role in driving the success, growth and increased shareholder value of a company. Today’s CFOs add value by finding a balance between
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.