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 the best software for their organization (“best-in-class” software tends to assume one size fits all) that can benefit multiple business units and scale, while understanding the next generation of technology so as to invest wisely. The Digital CFO must stay current on emerging technologies to maintain a competitive advantage.
As a CFO, you must have vision alignment across the various organizational functions so that resources are properly allocated to drive business initiatives. Making the right investments in new technologies can fuel growth, pioneer a competitive edge, and ensure your business processes are primed when your company has an event or must change or adapt.
Join our panel of experts on Tuesday January 14th, as we discuss what it means to be “The Digital CFO.” Our panel will discuss three key tech buzzwords in the Finance Organization: AI, BI, and RPA. Have you been wondering what these Intelligent Automation terms are and how they can relate to your organization’s daily activities? Our panel will debunk myths about tech buzzwords like these, and drive a discussion about common missteps when approaching a “digital transformation,” and they’ll share the important questions to ask IT when a CFO is in the driver’s seat of a transformation.
Through this session, attendees will learn:
- Some of the latest trends in disruptive technologies, i.e., robotic process automation (RPA), Business Intelligence (BI) and artificial intelligence (AI)
- How to use technology as an enabler to enhance current business processes and align across multiple business units on tech deployment
- Learn Integration tips for successful deployment and questions to ask when considering an enterprise-wide digital transformation
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About Our Speakers
Ashim Gupta, Chief Financial Officer, UiPath
Ashim Gupta serves as Chief Financial Officer of UiPath, the fastest growing and leading provider of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software worldwide. In this role, he provides the financial leadership to support the company’s global mission to accelerate the adoption of automation across public and private sectors and businesses of all sizes. Prior to this this role, Gupta held the role of UiPath Chief Customer Success Officer. In that role, he oversaw a team of experts working with UiPath customers to maximize the adoption, self-sufficiency, and business value of their RPA software investments through proven deployment methodology and strategic change management.
Previously, Gupta spent 18 years with General Electric and in 2007, joined GE Water. During his tenure as CFO, Gupta implemented ERPs, data and analytics, and automation – reducing finance cost by 70 percent and improving operating transparency. Prior to, Gupta took on the role of CIO for finance and shared services to help improve the company’s operational and financial processes through strategic deployment of advanced technologies. Gupta led the scaling of GE’s first robotics platform, using UiPath robots to automate core processes and yield significant productivity improvements, as well as stronger business outcomes. Gupta also designed and implemented the finance and shared services group’s first big data platform with advanced analytical, machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities – a move that enhanced analytics for cost and cash management.
Gupta graduated from Rutgers University in 2000.