By Mark Steffler, CFO, Legend3D, Inc.
By Christy Hartner, SVP, Commerce Bank
By Jeffrey Melnick, CFO, EisnerAmper
By Mitch Siegel, Strategy Leader, Financial Services, KPMG LLP
This level of disruption is now accepted as the new normal and most FS companies have made the full pivot from trying to validate the level of disruption to developing their own tactical
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
By Larry Chiavaro, EVP, First Associates
Relationships with marketplace platforms are equally important as they create strong working relationships across the platform operating a personnel and the backup servicer
By Patrick Harms, GMBA,AVP Data Analytics, Credit Union of America
For an organization to truly change and accept technology in new ways, management must both dictate and show how employees should act regarding technology
By Shannon Kelly, SVP, Director, Model Risk Management, Zions Bancorporation
In the current competitive environment, future business strategies will depend both on thoughtful data and analytical strategies.
By Lena Mass-Cresnik, PhD, Chief Data Officer, Moelis & Company
By combining internal, proprietary company data with external data sources, AI, and machine learning could generate alerts around potential macro changes.
By Madhav Srinivasan, CFO, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
Budgeting and forecasting are critical financial exercises for the modern law firm.
By Brian Kaas, Vice President-Corporate Development, President & Managing Director, CUNA Mutual Group
Consider these challenges facing the financial services industry
By Dom Megna,Partner, PWC And Justin Femmer, Partner, PWC
Tax is a specialized function with complex needs. Hands-on training and a focused look at the ways small automation can quickly streamline tax activities are necessary
By Peter Stone, CFO, The ADS Group
I started my professional career as a staff accountant for a large regional public accounting firm.
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 Anton Duvall, CFO, Siemens Building Technologies’ Operations across the Americas
As we don’t have a digitalization or data experts departments in our division, we are focused on developing the most efficient way to provide SAP system.
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.
By Isaac Sacolick, CIO and CTO, Greenwitch Associates
Technology has to take an active role transforming the business. In financial services and especially in banking, this is likely a digital transformation where most of the business is already happening through digital and mobile channels.
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 Steve Ellis, EVP, Head-Innovation Group, Wells Fargo
Over the last 30 years, the world has become increasingly computerized.
Healthcare providers are facing a range of reconciliation challenges in this era of new technology. The cash reconciliation task begins with the daily sifting process through funds received from various sources.