By Jennifer Templeman, COO/CFO, Jumpstart for Young Children, Inc
By Sal Cucchiara, CIO and Head of Wealth Management Technology, Morgan Stanley
By Fred Boyle, SVP & CFO, Pepco Holdings
By Bill Murphy, SVP, CIO & CRO, Fidelity Bank of Florida N.A.
By Matt Armanino, Partner, COO & CFO Advisory Services Practice Lead, Armanino LLP
The shrinking chorus dismissing CFOs as “bean counters” is down to comedians looking for laughs and luddites who aren’t seeing what’s happening in the world around them.
By Dionne Denson, CFO, Georgia Department of Public Health
An efficient system for travel expenses should automate reviews and approvals and integrate with the organization’s financial system.
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 Dennis DuBois, Senior Director of Finance, Radisson Hotel Group
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.
By Terry Rodrick, VP of Cards & Payments, First Tech Federal Credit Union
Over the past few years, we’ve all seen the rollout of chip-embedded cards, which help protect against data breaches among other safeguards.
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 James A. Brumby, Director, World Bank’s Governance Global Practice, World Bank Group
One thing is clear from our work: Existing tax policies—designed primarily with physical goods and locally delivered services in mind—are being aggressively challenged.
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 Tadd Morganti, MD, Finance & Enterprise Performance, Deloitte Consulting LLP
With digital technologies, that company can now fully automate those reports, which helps improve accuracy and efficiency while freeing employees to perform other tasks.
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 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 Seth Goodman, Director, North America Product Head, Citi Commercial Cards, Citi
STP refers to the B2B payment process where payment instructions are initiated by clients and settle without active supplier involvement.
By Jon Kanter, CFO, Goodwin
I joined Goodwin, a top 50 global law firm, five years ago as Director of Financial Planning and Analysis, having spent 20 years at international management consultancy and accountancy firms.
By Mark Pritchard, CFO, Data-Mail
Power BI connects to data sources, works around poor data formats and allows powerful modeling.
By Bethany Mezzadra, Director of Disbursements, The University of Maryland Medical System
A proven alternative to OCR is managed AP automation. On the front end, this is the perfect blend of human-touch processing coupled with the technology of a business rules engine.
By Brian Hosie, VP of Engineering, Lendio
The golden rule is to treat your customers’ data like you would want your own personal data to be treated and handled.
By Thomas W. Sweet, SVP & CFO, Dell Inc
And over the last five years, four major technology trends have forced customers to rethink their entire IT infrastructures–Cloud, Big Data, Mobility and Security–and ultimately created an environmental shift that drove the strategic evolution.