Take advantage of global trends and drive our businesses forward, we need to consider partnering with technology and corporate responsibility players who specialize in specific areas.
The reality is that work has become home, and home is work. We call this the ‘new-normal’, something that is not going away. What’s important, is what we are learning from it.
Yvonne has a Bachelor of Accounting Science (Hons) degree, an MBA (Cum Laude), and has completed an Emerging CFO course at Stanford University.As one of the strategic brains behind the company’s success.
As a CFO to a top 1% global Microsoft system integrator, I am continually learning and collaborating to ensure that I stay on top of evolving trends to help my organisation and its clients transform through technology. From the last few finance and technology seminars I attended; a pertinent theme rang throughout a look into the jobs that will no longer exist in 10 years.
The tech-savvy CFO relies on data-driven insights to drive business intelligence and growth. As such, CFO’s have progressed from serving as a financial guide to the board to a strategic advisor, providing guidance on new revenue streams and models, driving strategic initiatives and serving as the ultimate driving force behind growth. It all comes down to a little something I like to call ‘finance AI’.
Convincing your CFO to invest in customer experience initiatives will require a demonstration of value to the bottom line and will, ultimately, make you a happier sales person which, in turn, will make your company more profitable.
6 Realisations For CFO’s Amid Our Not-So-Normal New Normal – COVID-19 As lockdown restrictions in South Africa slowly start to ease, businesses are gearing up to continue operations. Simultaneously, CFO’s around the country are drastically increasing thei ...