Once considered slow adapters of new technologies, today’s financial executives are implementing technologies at a rapid pace while promoting innovation within their companies.
Can you decipher which technology is just a buzzword and which is a business-critical investment? CFOs need to view technology from several viewpoints: ensuring they have implemented industry best-in-class software, understanding the next generation of technology to invest wisely, and staying current on emerging technologies to maintain a competitive advantage.
Join us on November 21st for “AI and the Future of Finance", where our panel of experts will discuss the latest in technology and what you need to know.
Our speakers will:
- Provide an overview of some of the latest trends in disruptive technologies (robotic process automation, machine learning, and the blockchain)
- Address how disruptive technologies will impact the CFO’s companies, their jobs, and the interactions with stakeholders, including customers, vendors, employees and investors
- Discuss the investments required to take advantage of the opportunities and protect against the risks associated with these disruptive technologies
Learning Objectives: Through this session, attendees will learn:
- The challenges, risks and opportunities associated with disruptive technologies
- The costs and economic impact related to the adoption of disruptive technologies
- How early adoption of these technologies will give your firm a long-term competitive advantage
- How technology will fundamentally change the very nature of your job and what skills will be most meaningful in the new world order
- What a CFO can do to enable staff (and company as a whole) to become early adopters of Technology
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Darryl Baker (Moderating)
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CFO Leadership Council members may attend this program for free. Non-member senior financial executives who are CFOs, Vice Presidents of Finance, Directors of Finance and Controllers (or the like) are welcome to attend this program at a one-time cost of $60.
Please note that service providers or any executives who are not senior financial executives (CFOs, Vice Presidents of Finance, Controllers, Directors of Finance, etc.) will not be admitted attendance to this event. The CFO Leadership Council reserves the right to decline any registration.
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Instructional method: Group-Live
Recommended CPE Credits: 1.5 CPE credits in Information Technology
Experience Level: Basic
Prerequisites/advance preparation: None
The CFO Leadership Council is registered with the National Association of State Boards-of-Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors (Sponsor ID 109063). State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Website: www.nasba.org