Once considered slow adapters of new technologies, today’s financial executives are implementing cloud- based 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? CFO’s 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 Tuesday, December 3rd, for "Tech Trends - Risks and Opportunities for Disruptive Technologies", where our panel of experts will discuss the latest “disrupters” in technology and what you need to know about them.
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
Donner Boroian, Corporate Account Executive, NetSuite
As Corporate Account Executive at NetSuite, Donner helps clients with their software suite - the leading cloud ERP for manufacturers wanting a complete business solution. NetSuite's comprehensive functionality, which includes financials, CRM, HCM and e-commerce capabilities, provides manufacturers with the software needed to run a modern business. Over 40,000 organizations around the world use NetSuite to scale their businesses cost-effectively and to support global growth, by streamlining processes, providing real-time visibility across the organization, enabling anytime anywhere access to critical business data, and reducing IT costs.
Jay Eisenberg, CFO TSC Miami (Moderating)
Jay is a seasoned executive with experience in operations, finance, marketing and overall business process improvement. He has held strategic roles inside public, private and start-up entities focused on manufacturing, distribution and service businesses over three decades. This included P&L responsibility inside a Fortune 500 Company, driving double digit growth and operating profit for a $300 million business unit with retail, web and direct sales. He has a proven track record in driving collaborative cross functional change to significantly increase revenue and profits. Currently, Jay is the CFO at TSC Miami, a manufacturer and distributor of apparel and hard goods to retailers and e-tailers world-wide.
John Head, VP Enterprise Sales and Global Channels, Host Analytics
As a twenty-year veteran in the Analytics, Information Management, Business Intelligence & Performance Management disciplines, I have always been keenly focused on delivering exceptional value to clients and helping those with whom I work hit their goals. As the Analytics and Data Management industries continue to grow and become more complex, I cherish the opportunities to partner with clients to design & deliver the best-fit strategies & approaches that best serve their needs.
Mayling Jaramillo, Director of Financial Operations, Fabric Innovations
Mayling Jaramillo is the Director of Financial Operations at Fabric Innovations, and she is a fully bilingual, experienced and hands-on finance leaders with a demonstrated record of leading the preparation and analysis of financial reports to summarize and forecast the company's financial position. She drives efficiency and productivity through evaluation of financial management systems and implementation of process improvements. She has worked in various industries, providing her exposure to an array of individuals, elevating her management skills and drive for producing a goal-oriented vision with a passion for learning and a thrive for challenges.
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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 Credits in Information Technology
Experience Level: Basic
Prerequisites/advance preparation: None
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