By Joseph R. Postiglione, VP, Chief Procurement Officer, National Basketball Association
By Jackie Combine, CFO, Technology & Operations, Thomson Reuters
By Bertrand Dussert, VP, HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle
By Christopher Kennedy, VP, Quantitative Finance Manager, BankUnited
By Eloise Young, CIO, Philadelphia Gas Works
The Internet of Things (IoT) represents an incredible opportunity for utilities to delight our customers by doing what we do faster, cheaper, smarter and better than we can today.
By Tom Schawang, CFO, Major Brands
I have seen several problems arise from the best of intentions.
By Paul Yarwood, CEO, Hubble brand at insightsofware.com
Lag measures are like the score on a football scoreboard they only tell you how well you have already done.
By Ian Swanson, CFO, Delicato Family Vineyards
“In the post-capitalist society, it is safe to assume that anyone with any knowledge will have to acquire new knowledge every four or five years or else become obsolete”.
By Christopher Kennedy, VP-Quantitative Finance Manager, BankUnited [NYSE:BKU]
FinTech—or simply financial technology—is moving at the speed of innovation.
By Pratibha Salwan, SVP Digital, NIIT Technologies
With the advent of smartphones and mobile devices occurring over the last few years, the world around us continues to transform from “brick and mortar” to “online”.
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 Bill Wavro, President, Dell Financial Services
The key to choosing the right solution is having conversations early with your technology vendor.
By Robert Unger, Senior Director, Product Management and Strategic Initiatives, NACHA-The Electronic Payments Association
However, most companies, even the big, billion dollar plus annual revenue ones, have not implemented basic metrics for tracking and managing payment receipt costs.
By Fran Shammo, EVP & CFO, Verizon Communications
As a business partner, Verizon’s finance team has earned its seat at the table with business leaders by providing them with strategic counsel and guidance as well as traditional financial planning and analysis support.
By Patricia A Watson, EVP and CIO, TSYS [NYSE: TSS]
Imagine breaking ground on a building without a blueprint. Worse yet, imagine an entire city that emerged without an urban planner.
By Rebecca M. Balinskas, Associate, Morrison & Foerster LLP And Michael J. Hilkin, Associate, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Every business will need to be aware of the sales and use tax laws of many jurisdictions in which they have customers.
By Steve Ambrose, CIO, DTE Energy
Technology is deeply integrated into our company's daily work, and the IT experience affects our customers and our employees.
By David J. Rodgers, SVP & CFO, Briggs & Stratton Corp
In today’s increasing compliance environment, if you don’t get number one right, you don’t have a shot at providing sound business advice.
By Bill Murphy, SVP, CIO & CRO, Fidelity Bank of Florida N.A.
My model for business is the Beatles. They were four guys who kept each other's kind of negative tendencies in check. They balanced each other, and the total was greater than the sum of the parts.
By Jeffrey Melnick, CFO, EisnerAmper
The idea of the traditional role of a CFO as purely a number-cruncher is as antiquated as pay phones and carbon paper. In fact, there should be little that is outside the lane of today’s CFO.
By Anne Ozzimo, Senior Director, ERP & EPM Cloud Executive Product Marketing, Oracle
The mix of software, top talent and good management attracts more investment and capital—which in turn accelerates market leadership.