By Sheri Rhodes, Chief Technology Officer, Western Union
By Joseph Falcao, CFO, JSI Store Fixtures
By Steve Rullo, CIO-Treasury, GE Capital
By Kristin Gallagher, Director, Global Sourcing and Procurement in the...
By Ned Borgstrom, Jr., Former CFO, El Camino Hospital
A recent industry conference called Healthcare Consumerism Symposium highlights the rapid change that is happening within the healthcare industry.
By John Ebner, National Managing Partner - Audit, KPMG LLP And Roger O’Donnell, Audit Partner, Global Data & Analytics Lead, KPMG LLP
Tomorrow’s auditors need skills in information technology, cybersecurity, and data and analytics, not just accounting.
By Mike Bailey, CPA, Finance & Information Services Director, City of Redmond, WA
Upon arriving at the City of Redmond in 2008 one of the first concerns expressed by our management team was the need to update our financial systems.
By Ken Allen, Senior Vice President, Fraud and Identity, Equifax
While placing an emphasis on customer experience is not a new concept for the banking industry, it is changing along with the digital landscape and gaining more popularity as competition
By Bill Huber, VP CFO, VELUX Group USA Inc
Collaborating with a third-party Business Process Outsourcing expert, the traditional OTC (Order to Cash) and PTP (Procure to Pay) transaction business flows were taken out of the local
By José Cisneros, Treasurer, City and County of San Francisco
While the huge influx of payments was unexpected, several recent enhancements to our property tax payment system helped our city get through this period with very little inconvenience to
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 Tracy Bracken, Director - Credit & Collections Oldcastle Infrastructure
When looking at today’s business landscape and in particular the world of credit and AR, you are forced to accept some common realizations.
By Michelle DeBella, Global Head of Internal Audit, Uber
Once you cover some of the fundamentals like the budget, on-premise or cloud-based preferences, and other basics, the “lucky seven” mentioned can make you–and your finance partners–a winner
By Mitch Kenfield, Principal, CIO Advisory Practice, KPMG US
From a technology perspective, the business of IT requires transformation across people, process and technology.
By Tara Kenyon, CEO, Kentara Analytics
Begin your data-driven analytics journey with the past. Go back to the inception of the organization. Why was it formed? Who was it meant to serve? Decide if those reasons still stand.
By Ashley Pettit, SVP - Enterprise Technology, State Farm
When IT and finance teams work together, a common trap to avoid is approaching the partnership with a narrow focus.
By Bob Swan, SVP, Finance & CFO, eBay
ne of the things I love about my job is how the role of the CFO has continued to evolve to be more and more strategic over time.
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 Dhiraj Cherian, CFO, Panasonic Automotive [TYO: 6752]
Dhiraj Cherian has proven years of experience in leading large privately held and multinational corporations towards diverse growth.
By Kenny Moyer, VP & Director of Operations, Memory Bank, Republic Bank
The race to provide the ultimate personto- person (P2P) payment service is well on its way.
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.