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Future-proof your finance department with our roadmap
The role of the CFO is changing significantly. More than keeping your processes running smoothly, you are expected to create added value for your organization. How do you do that? In this e-book, our finance experts inspire you with a set of approaches, tools and methodologies. Read how to prepare your finance role for the future in four key finance domains: operate, analyze, steer and comply.
The pandemic has changed the rules of the game: how businesses run, how their data and analytics work, and how to identify and react to new risks. Identification of data that is considered reliable for setting and adjusting plans is more important than ever. Certain business outcomes can no longer be predicted or applied with older forecasting methods which puts pressure on businesses to quickly adopt a more agile, data-driven approach.
While the concept of Virtual Reality (VR) has been prominently featured in fictional media over the years as a device for the future, it has struggled to make headway as a mainstream technology in the real world. However, the time has now come for VR to lead the next big step in computing.
As a CFO, you are busier than ever this year, assessing your organization’s liquidity, optimizing cash reserves and developing what-if scenarios to weather the impacts of the coronavirus crisis. Yet, what about the future after this crisis? Will your role and that of your team be different? We asked Kristof Stouthuysen, professor of management accounting at Vlerick Business School, during his talk at our recent Inspiration Fair in Belgium of which you can download the recording here. Spoiler alert: finance will be more fun!
Remove friction to boost success, for customers as well as employees: that’s the core of ‘effortless experience’. But what does that mean for your enterprise architecture and software infrastructure? Which tools should you use, and how should they interact? How can data move through the organization in a way that empowers employees and delights customers? Software architect Wim Meerschman sketches out an elegant and powerful solution.