Being CFO today is not just about profit and loss, expense management, or even budgetary control. Today’s CFOs are more strategic, and need to ensure better alignment with strategic business imperatives. This means they need a continuous flow of trusted data to be successful.Learn more
More and more CFOs are taking a role in analytics. Unfortunately, the data that underpins compelling analytics often gets in the way of the CFO taking ownership of the analytics agenda. Learn how you can lead or help facilitate your firm’s analytics agenda.Next-Gen Analytics
Learn first-hand why being an analytical CFO is an imperative.
Gain competitive advantage by giving business users the tools to integrate, consume, and analyze trustworthy data.
Get smart: Insight into how you can fix your data and use it to more proactively help manage the business, business risk, proactive compliance, and more.
Analytics initiatives fail to deliver thanks to their underlying unrefined data—simply put: “garbage in, garbage out.”
Learn how Fannie Mae made its data trustworthy to better manage financial and compliance reporting.
While CFOs say they do not own the management of information technology, they do own at minimum financial compliance and governance. Good financial governance is built upon good information governance. Learn how it can be lead.
Learn what is involved in management data for business and financial management advantage.
Learn how BMC improved its cash management function and AP and GL reconciliation.
Customer master data is pivotal to the financial order-to-cash process. And a master of financial entities and hierarchies is key to financial change processes.
Not knowing exactly where you’re spending your money is guaranteed to have a disastrous impact on your business.
Seemingly mundane finance challenges can have global implications if you don’t have great data.
Increase transparency while simultaneously decreasing risk.
Support your business growth objectives with holistic data governance.
Tackle unique data challenges related to risk, compliance, and customer experience.
NetSuite integration enables financial systems to share data across the enterprise.
Finance systems need to share data with other financial systems or other enterprise applications.
Maintain budgetary oversight over T&E expenses across your organization.