Forging the Future of Finance.
CFOConnect is about forging the future of Finance. While much is written about “what” is changing in the role of the CFO as well as the Finance and Accounting profession, we focus on “how” to prepare for and embrace these changes. Simply put, we believe that CFO’s must lead the charge in establishing and maintaining resilient data management disciplines in their organizations – this is no longer a function of IT, but a strategic lever to survive and prosper.
Our goal is to inform, provoke thought, and encourage collaboration on this important topic. This is the road less traveled – but together with your valued feedback, it can become the mainstream ‘norm’ of the future.
Data fragmentation is a major issue impeding an organization’s ability to extract reliable business insights and intelligence from its information sources. Join us as we explore why now’s the time to re-think account reconciliation and how it can be part of the overall remedy. Register Account Reconciliations are a fundamental part of an organization’s period
Producing consolidated financial results has been a long standing sore point for Finance and Accounting. Some continue to struggle through spreadsheets to compile the results while others invested in a financial consolidation system many years ago — most commonly under the moniker of “Hyperion”. And for a time, these first-generation financial consolidation systems helped. However, as
Dear Members of the Finance and Accounting Community: With a heavy heart, I share with you a recent loss I am still coming to terms with. Last month, one of our thought leaders of the Finance and Accounting Community, Keith McDermott suddenly, albeit peacefully, passed away. Though I have known Keith for almost exactly seven years only,
Keith F. McDermott, CPA firstname.lastname@example.org Alex C. Leung, CPA, CA email@example.com About CFOConnect Welcome to our new article series about the future of the CFO role. While much is being written about “what” is changing, we focus on “how” to prepare for and embrace these changes. Simply put, we believe that CFO’s must lead the