The Future of Finance is in the CFOs Hands

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Thomas Sutter, Finance Director and Innovation Evangelist, Oracle NetSuite | In partnership with ACCA

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CFOs have never worked harder. In response to the events of the past year, they’ve steered their organisations through the most difficult conditions businesses have likely ever faced by pulling financial and operational levers they never thought they’d have to pull, including ones they didn’t even know were there. But how do businesses move forward in 2021? With the clear vision, strategy and tools that only finance leaders can offer. In partnership with ACCA, we'll cover during this webinar: - Results from our recent CFO survey, including the top voted challenges, priorities and spending plans of CFOs - What does a successful finance team look like now? - The biggest changes finance is likely to see over the next 5 years Speaker: - Thomas Sutter, Finance Director and Innovation Evangelist, Oracle NetSuite Thomas is a career Finance Director and Controller. Previously responsible for handling international finance operations and local reporting within large corporate businesses, Thomas now uses this experience in his role within Oracle NetSuite’s Finance Centre of Excellence. In this role, Thomas uses his extensive financial experience background to provide counsel to customers, support product development and best practice, and advise on software implementation strategy. Thomas regularly engages with finance professionals to build their understanding in how they can advance their business, focusing primarily on the core pillars of technology, processes and people.

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For more than 20 years, Oracle NetSuite has helped organizations grow, scale and adapt to change. NetSuite provides an integrated system that includes financials / Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), inventory management, HR, professional services automation and omnichannel commerce, used by more than 24,000 customers in 203 countries and dependent territories.