Recap of the New York Executive Panel Discussion on Reconsidering the Role of Outsourcing in the Modern Finance Organization
One of the stone cold realities of today’s business landscape is that it is marked by growing competitive intensity & disruption. In fact, recent research shows that since 2000, 52 percent of companies in the Fortune 500 have either gone bankrupt, been acquired, or ceased to exist as a result of digital disruption. The ways in which one can deal with today’s digital disruption start by understanding how it differs from past industry changes, making sure that we don’t make the same mistakes again, and exploring ways in which we can make change a trusted ally instead of a vindictive enemy. The other reality? Most executives don’t have a road map for change.
The future CFO: Is a tech-savvy executive the new normal?
A few months ago, KPMG studied the backgrounds and experience of the CFOs at 100 global technology and communications companies, as well as individuals who had previously been finance chiefs at 75 companies for which such information was available. And this is what they concluded: the job/role of today’s CFO has never been more difficult and it isn’t getting any easier.
Recap of Auxis’ CFO Roundtable in Miami: Modernizing Your Finance Operations
Can today’s CFO leverage available innovation to push the business forward with velocity and scale? Oftentimes this question is outwardly asked but rarely answered and embraced in wholesale fashion as it was at the Executive Roundtable Breakfast organized by Auxis and co-sponsored by UiPath, Focal Point Data Risk, The CFO Leadership Council, and The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce last month in Miami.
The Numbers are In: It's Time for NY CFO's to Consider Finance Nearshore Outsourcing
A new Auxis study uncovers 50%+ outsourcing cost savings for most transactional processing positions