Recurring Revenue Rising
As more companies adopt recurring revenue products, CFOs try to plan for the necessary changes in processes and IT systems.
The Shifting Nature of Finance Work
For finance teams to adapt, they have to tackle process inefficiencies and clear workflow bottlenecks.
How FP&A Software Can Succeed
The process of implementing FP&A software is as critical as the quality of the solution, according to new research.
The CFO Journey: From Archivist to Strategist to … Futurist
Digital transformation represents a new direction for businesses, but it’s also a transition for the CFO.
Tax Law Drives Pension De-Risking Opportunity
The lower corporate tax rate is leading CFOs to finally address the problems of underfunding, rising costs, and mounting liabilities.
CFOs Bullish on 2018
Buoyed by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, U.S. CFOs project sizable increases in earnings, capital spending, and technology outlays this year.
CFO Optimism Climbs to 22-Year High
The Duke/CFO Global Business Outlook survey shows finance chiefs are more confident about the economy than at any point since 1996.
Tax Cuts Trigger CFO Optimism
U.S. finance chiefs see earnings growth in 2018, but they also expect higher wage and benefits costs.
Pending Tax Cut Sends CFO Optimism Soaring
Robust earnings and growth in tech spending are on the agenda, say CFOs, as are higher wage and benefits costs.
To DB or Not DB?
Sponsors seek to tackle the rising costs and onerous administrative burdens of defined-benefit pension plans.
Meeting Directors’ Demands for Information
Many CFOs are failing to deliver mission-critical information and decision-support data to their boards of directors.