The world of technology is advancing at lightening speeds. It can be difficult (and expensive) to invest and deploy multiple technologies that may or may not help your organization achieve your strategic plan. As a CFO, you increasingly need to have visibility across the various organizational functions so that resources are properly allocated to drive the business. Making the right investments in new technologies can fuel growth and launch your organization ahead of competition.
Join our panelists in discussing the emergence of new technologies, such as Cloud Computing, Big Data/Data Security, Analytics, and Blockchain and learn how to best leverage these within your organization.
Who Should Attend
CFOs and other senior finance executives who want to learn how to best utilize leading-edge technology to drive corporate growth.
- Receive a high-level overview of emerging technologies and processes that your investors, auditors and shareholders expect you to have in place to support growth
- Reveal the sometimes misunderstood (or unknown) risks and rewards in deploying new technologies
- Discuss the technologies that can give you the longest runway for your business
- Provide you with a list of best practices in applying metrics and measuring ROI to new technology investments
Ellen Campana, Ph.D., is a Director in KPMG’s Lighthouse Center of Excellence in Data and Analytics. She has been developing and delivering Artificial Intelligence solutions for 20 years. Her clients include top 5 health care payer organizations and top 5 financial institutions. Her client-facing solutions focus on freeform text, document and spoken language, specifically using AI to extract the meaning from these channels and making it actionable for achieving business goals.
Curtis Atkisson serves as CFO for Sojern, driving growth and scaling systems. With more than 20 years of experience in established and early stage companies, Curtis’ diverse work experience includes the Federal Reserve Board, Chase Manhattan Bank, United Airlines as well as multiple Bay Area startups. As co-founder of Affinity Labs, Curtis supported its successful exit and was featured in a Harvard Business School case and in the book, The Intelligent Entrepreneur. Curtis holds a Master’s in business administration from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Brigham Young University.
Moderator: Rob Israch, Rob Israch has run Marketing and Alliances for Tipalti for over 4 years. Prior to Tipalti, Rob served as VP, Global Marketing Programs at NetSuite, a leading provider of cloud-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, helping to guide the company through 10X+ revenue growth, from private company through IPO to cloud ERP market leader. Previously, Rob held management roles at Intuit QuickBooks and GE Financial.
- Instructional method: Group-Live
- Recommended CPE Credits: 1.8 Credits in Information Technology
- Experience Level: Basic
- Prerequisites/advance preparation: None
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