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Future of Finance: Seven predictions for CFOs

Although digital tools represent opportunities for adding greater business insight from data, they also disrupt the operations of many finance organizations.

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Although digital tools represent opportunities for adding greater business insight from data, they also disrupt the operations of many finance organizations. What exactly will the impact of new technologies be on the future of finance? How can CFOs take advantage of these changes to drive greater operational efficiency and stronger business partnering across their organizations? Join us as Tony Levy of Anaplan, and Tim Gross of Deloitte, discuss how the answers to these important questions can benefit your organization.

After this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Apply key digital trends to your finance technology roadmap.
  • Prepare your finance organization for the impact of digital transformation.
  • Explain the necessary steps to improve finance efficiency and support the enterprise with stronger business insight.

About the speakers

Tony Levy is the Global Head of Finance Solutions with Anaplan. He has a passion for helping clients drive business performance through the strategic application of corporate performance management software. He has more than 20 years of experience with enterprise solutions within the Global 2000 in operations and finance.
Tim Gross is a Principal in Deloitte’s Finance Transformation practice and focuses on helping clients transform through using the latest digital capabilities. For the past 12 years, Tim has focused on transforming finance organizations in the technology and telecommunications sectors by establishing the future-state vision for the finance function and then enabling that vision by creating and executing new FP&A/business partnering strategies and consolidating, streamlining, and automating financial processes. Before joining Deloitte, Tim worked in the banking sector where he focused on FP&A and finance transformation. Tim holds an MBA from Southern Methodist University and a BBA in Finance from the University of Texas in Austin.

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