In the ever-changing role of the CFO, one thing will never change—the need to lead and manage an effective finance team.
Successful CFOs collaborate closely with their controllers in defining strategies to impact key areas including operational efficiency, enterprise-wide data visibility, leadership acumen, and internal controls.
During this on-demand webinar, we will discuss the 5 essential questions CFOs should be asking their controllers and finance teams to establish best practices around:
Visibility and reporting
RecordedAug 2 201660 mins
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Bruce Guptill, Senior Vice President, Saugatuck Technology
The pace and complexity of business is fierce and unrelenting, and the increasing demands for speed, compliance, and insight leave many CFOs searching for new answers.
Too often, finance is behind the curve when it comes to technology, automation, and analysis. Sooner than expected, they're facing the need to replace an outdated on-premises finance infrastructure with a contemporary cloud-based solution—because standing pat is no longer an option.
Join Intacct and Bruce Guptill, senior vice president of Saugatuck Technology, to learn more about the three high risk areas for CFOs:
Effectiveness—Outdated systems hold you back. Finance needs the right technology to keep up with rapid business change.
Adaptability—Finance teams must pivot quickly as opportunities and threats threaten to overturn business strategies.
Responsiveness—How can Finance answer the call to play a more strategic role and add value?
Everyone is turning to you for answers… So, where do you turn for the technology to give you those answers?
As the CFO, you're the go-to source for accurate information about company performance—no excuses, no delays. When the eyes of the organization—and the expectations of your board and investors—are on you, there's no time to struggle with the limitations of your outdated ERP system.
When the stakes are high—when relevance and timeliness are mandatory—you need modern technology to transform visibility into the meaningful insights that create efficiency and shape your organization's future. View the next installment of our Tech-Savvy CFO webinar series: "From Visibility to Insight."
Here are the topics and takeaways we'll cover:
How to move beyond outdated spreadsheets and legacy systems and embrace a modern, growth-ready technology infrastructure for finance
Preventing fragmented information through smart controls for data capture and use
The pros and cons of ERP, performance management, and business intelligence
How a tech-savvy CFO uses information to move from reporting to visibility to insight
It's simple: visibility leads to insight. And insight leads to faster business. View our free on-webinar and start seeing your business in a whole new light.
Are you about to hit the gap?
Sooner or later, it happens. The manual data entry, tangled spreadsheets, and basic finance tools that served you well at first? Now they leave you trapped in a vicious cycle of longer closes, data inconsistencies, and slower decisions. You've reached the automation gap.
And as your business looks to keep growing, the challenges mount: revenue recognition complexity, time and expense management, subscription billing, managing multiple entities and currencies—that's when your choice becomes starkly clear: stagnation or automation?
Register now for the next installment of our Tech-Savvy CFO webinar series: "Closing the Automation Gap in Finance".
Learn the right way to build a resilient infrastructure to automate finance—to build the "guardrails" that keep things on track, even as your business keeps evolving. We'll explain:
The warning signs that you're hitting the automation gap
How automation can fuel business growth without adding headcount
How to take back control of your finance processes to set the stage for your next level of growth
Automation doesn’t mean "cruise control"—but it does mean you can accelerate the pace of your business and avoid the dangers of stagnation.
Mark Gervase, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Intacct; James Orsillo, CFO, Evariant; Andrew Pease, CFO, Brighter
In the ever-changing role of the CFO, one thing will never change—the need to lead and manage an effective finance team. Successful CFOs collaborate closely with their controllers in defining strategies to impact key areas including operational efficiency, enterprise-wide data visibility, leadership acumen, and internal controls.
Join us as we discuss the 5 essential questions CFOs should be asking their controllers and finance teams to establish best practices around:
-Visibility and reporting
Vijay Ramakrishnan, Director of Cloud Solutions, Intacct; Linda Pinion, Solutions Engineer, Intacct
Pressed for time but interested in seeing Intacct's comprehensive financial management system? Check out this quick one hour product tour and see Intacct's key features and functionality.
See how Intacct provides:
-Real-time business visibility via easy-to-create dashboards and reports.
-Comprehensive accounting and financial management that speeds your processes through time-saving automation.
-A streamlined quote-to-cash process that bridges sales and finance and eliminates manual data re-entry.
-Automated procure-to-pay with custom defined workflows that reduce errors and processing costs.
Taylor MacDonald, VP Channel Sales, Intacct; Paul Bachran, Vice President, Aktion Associates, Inc.
Intacct is the leading provider of cloud-based accounting software. Together with our partners we have helped thousands of companies through their software evaluation process and over the course of those evaluations have identified a set of best practices to help companies navigate through the difficult selection process.
Our experts will show you how to:
-Start the process by focusing on 4 key areas
-Find the right provider by following 5 best practices
-Avoid common mistakes and identify the best solution for your organization
-Calculate the ROI you can expect from a cloud financial management and accounting system
Best-in-class financials in the cloud with Intacct
Intacct is the cloud financial management company. Bringing cloud computing to finance and accounting, Intacct's award-winning applications are the preferred financial applications for AICPA business solutions. Intacct applications are used by more than 8,500 businesses from startups to public companies and are designed to improve company performance and make finance more productive.