A Finance Eye on IT: CFOs and Technology Decisions
Original Broadcast Date: Monday, November 19, 2012
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Finance chiefs are playing an increasing role in technology decisions as their thirst for better visibility, analytics, and intelligence increases.
It is no coincidence that CFOs' increased involvement in the buying process is happening as more IT spending is being directed toward business analysis to help make information more actionable to better support organizational growth.
How do CFOs balance technology evaluation and decision making with their overall roles and responsibilities? Is there an optimal level of involvement for a CFO? Are there different buying criteria that should be utilized when C-level executives have a greater interest in purchasing decisions?Join Treasury & Risk Magazine, for this live, interactive webcast, sponsored by Kyriba, and hear from industry experts regarding the growing influence CFOs now have in their organization’s technology purchasing decisions. Attend this online-only event and learn how CFOs can balance their traditional job demands with these new responsibilities.
- Bill Sinnett
- Senior Director, Research
- Financial Executives Research Foundation (FERF)
Bill joined FEI as Accounting Manager in 1985, and became Manager of Research for FERF in 1989. He was promoted to Director of Research in October 2005, and Senior Director in October of 2011. Prior to his positions at FEI and FERF, Bill was employed by Carnegie-Mellon University and Mellon Bank in Pittsburgh. He has an M.B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh.
- G. Richard Neal, Jr. (Rick)
- McCoy Corp
Rick Neal graduated from Lamar University in 1985 with a BS in Education and Mathematics and in 1989 with a Masters in Business Administration (also from Lamar University).Rick’s Certifications include the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants, Institute Of Certified Management Accountants, and Accredited Accounts Payable Manager. Additionally, he is a member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Financial Executive International.
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