Though its use isn't common as might be expected among finance professionalstoday, the Internet is likely to become a significant factor in centralizingcorporate treasury functions ...
By Staff Writer|November 01, 2001 at 07:00 PM
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Though its use isn’t common as might be expected among finance professionalstoday, the Internet is likely to become a significant factor in centralizingcorporate treasury functions within two years, according to a survey conductedby the Association for Financial Professionals. The study, released last monthat the AFP?s annual conference in Chicago, reveals that while 35% of the 1,000CFOs, treasurers and controllers polled currently use the Internet as anintegral part of their jobs, that number is slated to swell to 68% by 2003.
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