We can get lost in nice-to-have and that makes the system complex and not very user-friendly. Look at what improves efficiency.
Key aspects of financial well-being are making informed decisions, learning financial acumen, and actively investing in the future.
It sets out what FSI businesses should consider now, next, and thereafter across these pillars: sustainable platform; sustainable collaboration; and sustainable ecosystem.
Cloud ERP systems are flexible, giving you anywhere access to your information, boosting productivity, and keeping teams connected throughout the globe.
The days of having no access to data, highly complex shipping, no visibility, and a lack of operational insights are over. The landed cost feature is transforming the business logistics and financial operations sector.
The tech we leverage helps us do things quicker, better, and faster, we get that, that’s a no-brainer, but do we necessarily do more when it comes to business productivity? I don’t think it does.
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’.