You may wish to click on the digital magazine above to access the content of last year's special edition of Corporate Finance Technology.
Today's Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) play a pivotal role in organizations and are challenged by escalating demands as their role expands and evolves. The global economic downturn has put a bright spotlight on CFOs and the finance organizations they preside over. Knowing the chances to take in today's technology world requires the ability to analyze the risks behind the rewards.
To simplify a CFO's job role and to help them understand the latest technologies in the sector, CIO Review is coming up with annual special edition on most promising Corporate Finance Tech Solution Providers. We will be covering latest developments in the financial technologies along with featuring the top CFOs from various industry verticals, analyzing the pain points in IT implementation.
A distinguished panel comprising of CFOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts including CIO Review editorial board will decide the “20 Most Promising Corporate Finance Tech Solution Providers 2015” in the U.S., listing the best vendors and consultants who provide key technology solutions and services related to finance.
In the process of selecting the 20 Most Promising Corporate Finance Tech Solution Providers 2015 we will analyze the company’s offerings, core competency, news/press releases, client testimonials, milestones and other recognitions.
Some of the CFOs who contributed articles in last year's special edition of Corporate Finance Technology include:
Bob Swan, SVP, Finance & CFO, eBay
Thomas W. Sweet, SVP & CFO, Dell Inc
Wade D. Miquelon, CFO & President- International, Walgreens
J. Rodgers, SVP & CFO, Briggs & Stratton Corp
Fred Boyle, SVP & CFO, Pepco Holdings
Alan Haughie, SVP-Finance & CFO, ServiceMaster Company