By Michael C. Crews, EVP & CFO, Peabody Energy
By Jeremy Smith, DMD, Global ERS, Global leader of Deloitte’s Center for Crisis Management
By Joe Lichty, Director of Marketing, Keane Unclaimed Property
By Scott M. Frisch, EVP & COO, AARP
By Brad DeMent, Partner and Finance& Accounting Practice Lead, ScottMadden, Inc
As a management consultant and leader of ScottMadden’s Corporate
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 Brian M Ziff Levine, Senior Director-Cards & Payments, First Tech Federal Credit Union
The best payments experience you can have today is one where the payment itself is entirely invisible.
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 Tom Parker, CIO, Avalara
How does a rapidly growing software company located on four continents manage its workforce and project management needs effectively and efficiently? With VMware.
By Dianne Denison, Founder & CEO, Denison Consulting Group, Inc.
The total number of firms offering “Trump bonuses” as a result of the tax cut has reached 250, a jump of over 500 percent in two weeks.
By James Lusk, EVP & CFO, ABM
The CFO team has developed a laser focus on deploying solutions to key business problems through a disciplined process executed in partnership with the business.
By Alex Jimenez, Vice President, Sr. Strategist, Zions Bancorporation
On the receiving side, imagine sending an electronic invoice to a client who can pay with one click, sending those funds to your bank account immediately. It’s a process that would take no more than 15 seconds.
By Daniel Friel, CIO, International Securities Exchange Holdings Inc.
At ISE, we use cloud computing as an innovation platform to support our research and development efforts and explore opportunities before bringing them to market.
By Regis Quirin, Director of Finance, Gibney, Anthony & Flaherty, LLP
Companies continually look for ways to reduce costs, facilitate sales, and increase customer satisfaction. While there are a multitude of specific approaches that could be utilized to address each issue, all three
By Andrew F. Bach, Chief Architect for the Financial Services Team, Juniper Networks
Fast is good, but smart is better. As profits from high-frequency trading have eroded, capital market firms are shifting their focus to high-intelligence trading.
By Alberto Ruocco, AEP VP & CIO, American Electric Power
For many utilities, management of IT and OT has evolved in an unexpected fashion, resulting in inconsistent practices across traditional IT and business operations.
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 Sriram Padmanabhan, Head of Banking & Financial Services with NIIT Technologies [NSE:NIITTECH]
In order for both the CFO and CIO to be effective members of their organizations, it is important that they work together to identify the best possible solutions for financial teams.
By Donald Good, Director-Global Legal Technology Solutions, Navigant [NYSE:NCI]
Financial institutions, large and small corporations, medical providers, law firms, accounting firms, and government agencies are targeted with increasing frequency.
By Mario Spanicciati, Chief Strategy Officer, BlackLine
Today’s Chief Financial Officer has the most challenging job in business, entrusted with managing the financial risks of global and increasingly complex enterprises.
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.