Can Excel Survive?
Excel has been the go-to spreadsheet for finance executives for 36 years. Will it last another 36?
The Two-Step Process for Achieving Agility
CFOs should push their companies to simplify planning and amplify the transfer of knowledge across the organization, says a CFO-turned-CEO.
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.
Many Companies Slow to Automate T&E Management
Spreadsheets are still the expense-management tool of choice for a third of midsize companies and a fifth of enterprises.
Strategic Supply Chain Platforms Aid Risk, Compliance Functions
The platforms enable changes that at once drive supply chain process improvement, maximize compliance, and mitigate risk.
Top Talent: Here’s What It Takes to Land It
Regrettably, meaningfully productive and intellectually engaging work is not the environment in many finance organizations.
Audit Software Firm Nabs $40M in Funding
The startup, AuditBoard, offers a cloud-based platform for managing Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and other aspects of internal auditing.
CFO’s Tech Companies to Watch 2018: Adaptive Insights
Without the cloud, it isn’t possible to build planning models that are powerful enough or that can refresh all relevant data, says Adaptive's CFO.
Future of Finance: Humans and Machines Unite
Human minds alone are no longer a match for addressing business risk. But neither are machines alone.
Will Treasurers Ever Dump Their Spreadsheets?
Treasury management systems are making inroads in small and mid-size organizations, but the progress is slow.
What the Retail Crisis Can Teach CFOs
Despite the retail crisis, modernized players in the industry can show CFOs in other businesses a world beyond spreadsheets.