robotic process automation
It’s Unanimous: Firms that ‘Know’ Bots Will Expand Their Usage
Automation is sweeping across the corporate landscape, with many companies expecting to use RPA in most or all of their functions within two years.
Tech Companies to Watch 2019: FortressIQ
The first of our Tech Companies to Watch, FortressIQ, is an automation platform that speeds up digital transformation through imitation learning.
Advanced Technologies Are Taking Over Finance
Research shows that finance departments are deploying the latest cutting-edge tools at a startlingly increasing pace.
Customer Takes Over Vendor’s Finance Operation
The new finance chief at RPA firm UiPath, Marie Myers, was an enthusiastic user of robotic software in her previous job as global controller at HP.
Are We Long — Or Short — On Talent?
By looking at their supply of skills and talent in a new light, organizations can better prepare their companies for tomorrow’s challenges.
Technology to Alter Finance’s Business Partner Role
Intelligent automation and advanced analytics mean finance will have to embed fewer team members within business units: KPMG "Future of Finance" report.
Metric of the Month: Establishing the Daily Cash Position
Establishing a daily cash position can be a labor-intensive process for some organizations — but it doesn’t have to be.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Jan. 11
Armstrong Flooring, Cummins, RealPage, UiPath, PRGX Global, InnerWorkings, AAR, Flotek Industries, Agero, Insulet
Metric of the Month: Finance FTEs Per $1B in Revenue
More finance organizations are finding that it’s better to have a smaller, highly strategic team than an army of workers focused on transactional activity.
A Finance Chief’s Practical View of Robotics and AI
Intelligent automation boosts both day-to-day finance functions and the quality of finance's strategic insight, says Willis Towers Watson's Michael Burwell.
Finance Function 2019: Fewer Functionaries, More Strategists
Heading into the new year, technology is starting to wipe out lower-level number crunchers in favor of mid-level team members focused on strategy.