The future of finance is full of changing regulations, new technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain and new and emerging business models. The CFO must handle the “traditional” responsibilities of finance dealing with an ever-increasing amount of regulations, hurdling tax laws, maintaining internal controls, executing corporate governance, reporting information that is accurate, actionable and readily available. The modern CFO needs to keep up with all of these changes while simultaneously being a strategic business partner – essentially being responsible for counting the beans and growing them too! In this session learn how the modern-day CFO takes on the role of strategic business partner, while effectively accomplishing the traditional tasks of the finance function with emerging technologies like Blockchain.
· 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
· Provide an overview of some of the latest trends in disruptive technologies with a focus on blockchain:
· What is Blockchain? How is it used?
· What are the business benefits?
· How Blockchain is being utilized in business today.
Tom Kelly, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Oracle + NetSuite
Tom Kelly is the Senior Director of Product Marketing for Oracle + NetSuite. Before joining Oracle + NetSuite, Tom founded T-Edward, a strategic and operational Cloud consultancy providing Cloud expertise and CXO services to Fortune 500 and private equity-backed companies. Prior to T-Edward Tom held a variety of executive positions with PepsiCo, eFunds and Deluxe Corporation, as well as small cap, privately held entities such as FullContact and PeopleNet Communications. Tom is a CPA and holds a B.A. degree in Accounting from North Carolina State University and an MBA in Finance from Fordham University.
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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
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