By Amin Maredia, CFO, Sprouts Farmers Market
By Eric Breece, Director of cybersecurity, Sunrise Banks
By Mitch Siegel, Strategy Leader, Financial Services, KPMG LLP
By Ashley Pettit, SVP - Enterprise Technology, State Farm
By Sameer Kishore, VP & Global Head, Banking, Financial Services, Securities & Insurance, Dell Services
Financial services organizations face security attacks three times as frequently as companies in any other industry.
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 Sandra Clarke,Chief Financial Officer, Blue Shield of California
Investments in agile and flexible technology are crucial to reducing long term expense and providing a scalable platform.
By Christopher Danvers, VP, Digital Strategy & Payments, American Airlines Federal Credit Union
Should any and all disintermediation be viewed as pure threat with no upside or opportunity for traditional financial services providers.
By Nick Fischer, SVP & CFO, Betteridge
Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) as a strategic partner has become a recurring theme in the corporate finance community.
By Sanjay Ravi, Sr. Director-Worldwide Manufacturing, Microsoft
The connected-car experience is the future of the automotive industry. It’s changing the relationship between automakers and their customers and offering new revenue streams for
By Chris Paul, SVP, Advisor Experience & Design, LPL Financial
There is one universal truth about technology in the financial services industry: it is always changing. At LPL, we know that the way we approach handling these changes is critical for the success of the financial advisors
By Madhav Srinivasan, CFO, Hunton & Williams LLP
Budgeting and forecasting are critical financial exercises for the modern law firm.
By Eric Brink, CEO, ERPmenu
In the day and age of Big data and Business Intelligence (BI) one thing stays the same; data quality, which is a pre-requisite for good reports and management informations.
By Jeff Haslow, CFO, Knowland Group
There are many compelling reasons to conquer your fears and move your accounting and finance applications through the integrated delivery of business applications over the internet (the “Cloud”, Software as a Service or SaaS).
By Brett Tromp, Chief Financial Officer, Discovery Health
Big wave surfers ride waves at least six meters high. A wipeout could send them 15 meters below the punishing surface.
By Tom Ruchalski, CFO, Skyline Windows
As with large organizations, most small to mid-market firms have to deal with the need to be highly visible to their customers through a robust website, social media and the like.
By Mark Bauer, Managing Director and Co-lead of the Data Center Solutions, JLL
Business continuity is contingent upon a reliable connection to data and applications hosted off-site.
By Craig Scalise, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, PwC U.S. And Ritesh Ramesh, Data and Analytics Leader, Consumer Markets, PwC U.S
With the emergence of robo advisors and digital advice offerings, a new precedent of easy, streamlined account onboarding has raised the bar for all wealth managers.
By Jeff Saviano, Global Tax Innovation Leader, Ernst & Young LLP
AI’s ultimate value in the field is crunching large volumes of data to produce greater insights and inform better tax decision making.
By Patricia A Watson, EVP and CIO, TSYS [NYSE: TSS]
Different channels don’t need different data silos – they need a single source with high availability done right from the start.And it goes without saying, the customer should not be impacted.
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.