Emerging technologies, data, and new skills are providing the firepower that CFOs need to help drive digital transformation and create compelling customer experiences across the business.
However, only a small number of finance teams have the technology and skills to achieve this. New research from the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA and CIMA) and Oracle reveals that an overwhelming majority (89%) of finance teams have yet to embrace AI in the finance function, and only one in ten has the right skills to meet the organization's digital ambitions.
View this archived webcast to learn how high-performing finance functions are leading through operational excellence, digital intelligence, and business influence.
During this webcast, you’ll discover:
- The three pillars of an agile, digital finance function
- The key traits of digital finance leaders and the challenges they have had to overcome
- How to unleash the potential of your finance organization with the right technologies and skill sets.
About the Speakers:
Ash Noah, CPA, CGMA, Managing Director, Association of International Certified Professional Accountants
Ash engages with CFOs and finance leaders worldwide to understand how finance teams are evolving and guides the Association’s initiatives to ensure that the Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) learning content, syllabus, and examinations are future-ready.
Ash joined the Association in 2012, and prior to that served as CFO of the international business unit of TNT Express, the global transport and logistics provider, and led finance teams in 45 countries through significant transformation.
Ash is a licensed U.S. CPA, a CGMA designation holder, and a Fellow of CIMA.
Matt Stirrup, Vice President of Finance and Head of Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis, Oracle
Matt joined Oracle in 2010 as part of Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems, and focuses on developing reporting and KPIs to deliver actionable business insight. Matt has driven transformation through the adoption of a business partnering approach and the development of processes and tools. He is a graduate of Oxford and Sheffield Universities.