Finance in the Digital Age webinar

April 21, 2016 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm America/New_York
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Buyers Meeting Point - Kelly Barner - Twitter


HfS Research - Phil Fersht

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Seventy-five per cent of finance executives agree that the new wave of digital technologies is fundamentally changing the way that the finance function operates. So what will the finance function of the future look like?

Join experts from HfS Research, Genpact and Mondelez International as they discuss the findings from recent research that shows how digital technologies are delivering competitive advantage. They will share their insight on the future of F&A and explore:

- What are the key drivers for F&A leaders to embed digital technologies, such as SaaS platforms, analytics, mobility tools, robotic process automation, and machine learning, into their operations?
- Where are most F&A organizations in their digital journeys and what lessons have they learnt?
- What are the talent requirements and skill sets that finance leaders need in their functions to take advantage of digital technologies?
- Where are digital pioneers investing and what challenges are they experiencing?

Why attend this webinar:

1. The key drivers for F&A leaders to embed digital technologies

2. Where most F&A organizations are in their digital journeys

3. The talent requirements and skill sets that finance leaders need in their functions

More information about the speakers:

HfS Research - Phil Fersht - Founder and CEO - Twitter

Information about the Organizer:

Kelly Barner owns, manages, and edits Buyers Meeting Point. She has a unique perspective on procurement from the numerous roles she has held during her 15 years in procurement. Kelly worked for Ahold USA (parent company of grocery chains Stop & Shop, Hannaford, Giant Landover, and more) on their not for resale sourcing team, specializing in systems implementation and hired services category sourcing. She spent three years as the Associate Director of consulting services at Emptoris before it was acquired by IBM in 2011.

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