The Future of Digital Transformation in the Finance Function: Seeing The Wood and the Trees | FinancialForce

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The impact of the past year has been felt by organizations across the world. Whether that has meant changing business models to stay afloat or reaping the benefits of new opportunities. In the K-shaped recovery many of the fortunate have embraced digital transformation and the benefits that it can bring including improved business processes, increased revenues, and ultimately greater customer satisfaction.

Like many businesses Deeproot have dramatically changed their business through the use of technology, achieved some great successes and learnt many lessons on the way. They have fascinating business model, with 40 years’ experience in helping trees thrive in cities, with solutions that enhance urban forests in city streets, parking lots and campuses. They nurture over 500 blocks of urban treescape in the built environment around the world. Hear about their transformation journey and how it is certainly is greener on the other side.

3 major learning points
  • Some essential experience in delivering a successful digital transformation in very difficult times
  • The role that technology can play in enabling the finance function of the future
  • How to unlock the data within the business and see the organization in full colour

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Andy Campbell

Global Solution Evangelist

Ida Pai



1.00 CPE




Management Services, Technical



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