Having a digital strategy may not seem like a priority in finance, however, for the strategic CFO, this is a must. A digital strategy will help you focus on how you can utilise technology to improve your business performance, on both a departmental and organisation-wide level.
With most of the coverage about Coronavirus being focussed around preventing the spread of the disease to date, the financial impacts are now being reported throughout the media. With markets rattled, travel disruption and numerous profit warnings, we take a look at how finance leaders can minimise business disruption.
While Brexit has passed the implications are far from over and the final outcomes are still uncertain.
The UK has formally left the EU, however, we are not ‘done’ yet as we start negotiations on the future trading relationships. How will your organisation remain agile and able to respond to rapid change and new opportunities in this new dawn?
For many CFO’s and finance professionals 2020 will be the year of digital transformation, however, it can become overwhelming knowing where to start.
In our latest eBook Formulate has provided an immediate, actionable plan to help you get started, stay agile, get internal buy-in and stay ahead of the competition.
Managing any uncertainty requires the ability to build flexible plans. There is a need for Finance leaders to be pro-active, and ready to manage the impact of change successfully.
So given that change is going to happen, is it enough to rely on Excel as the primary tool for planning and budgeting in 2020?
For many CFO's 2020 will be the year of digital transformation, however, it can become overwhelming knowing where to start. Formulate have provided an immediate, actionable plan to help you get underway. Find out more and feel empowered in 2020.
With over 30 types of business software and even more abbreviations, there is only a handful that finance teams need to understand. In this article, we focus on Corporate Performance Management (CPM) and how it has transformed Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A).