The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) has an increasingly important role within any company. In the past, the finance department had been in charge of keeping the books, managing the budget and looking after cash and capital.
Still today, when it comes to working with data beyond accounting postings, many CFOs and their teams mostly use Excel to collect data manually and store it rather than studying and understanding it. The result is disconnected and inconsistent data silos.
However, as our global economy becomes increasingly competitive, it becomes even more essential for every member of an organization to add direct value. The potential is there for CFOs to do so much more.
CEOs and Boards are demanding more from the typical CFO, counting on them to offer insight, advice and strategy for the company. That’s why this role is in a perfect position to make the most of the data Business