Making the Most of the K Shaped Recovery | FinancialForce

Presented by FinancialForce and Financial Executives International
 1 CPE Credit in Management Services

The impact of the past year has been felt by organizations across the world. Whether that has meant changing business models in order to stay afloat or  reaping the benefits of new opportunities. In the K-shaped recovery many of the fortunate have embraced digital transformation, discovering improved  business processes, revenues and ultimately customer satisfaction.
However, many transformation initiatives have failed to realize the benefits that they promised. Limited efforts at financial process automation and tactical investments in the front office have not delivered the customer centric organizations that had been hoped for. A different approach is required, one that truly embraces the potential of digital technology.
3 Major Learning Points:
  • Essential tips and techniques for profitable business growth during the K-shaped recovery
  • Facts, trends and predictions from a major global research report that describe the indicators of success for growing services businesses
  • The role that technology can play in enabling the finance function of the future as a critical component of a thriving digital enterprise

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Andy Campbell

Global Solution Evangelist

Joe Thomas

Analytics Evangelist


1.00 CPE




Management Services, Technical



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