Finance 2.0, The New Norm for CFOs | Adra by Trintech and Embark

Presented by Adra by Trintech and Embark
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The office of finance must continue to evolve and place less emphasis on reporting and transaction processing (Finance 1.0). The new norm is moving towards identifying growth opportunities, business analytics, and strategies that impact the company’s bottom line. If your team is spending most of their time on traditional accounting activities, you may not be optimizing your team’s value.

Join this webinar as we discuss:

  • The evolution and importance of the finance role
  • How to implement a successful Finance 2.0 evolution strategy
  • Best practice examples
  • Next steps your organization can take

 

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Speakers

Erick De La Fuente

VP of Finance Transformation and Business Development
Embark

Jonathan White

Vice President of Marketing
Adra by Trintech

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-internet-based

Field

Business Management and Organization, Non-technical

Prerequisites

None

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