Once viewed as little more than chief accountants, CFOs are now considered valued members of the C-suite team.
While other sectors have been struggling in today’s troubled economy, FinTech has been growing and delivering on its promise. But will it hold up?
Exploring the benefits and nuances of modernized and connected finance can help business leaders make the best decisions for their enterprises while achieving better overall profitability.
When considering how to achieve operational excellence, it helps to have markers by which a company will know that they have achieved its objectives.
With the current economic climate showing signs of uncertainty and unpredictability, it is imperative for VPs of finance and other business leaders to consider implementing Fintech in their operational planning strategies.
Getting rid of inefficiencies in a company’s financial profile is key to ensuring that a business can maximize its assets and attract investors.
Analyzing the best methods for achieving operational efficiency begins with examining the current state of affairs and noting what changes are needed.
Operational efficiency refers to how a business uses its resources, conducts its processes, and sets up systems to reduce extraneous expenditures and maximize profits.
When using automation to track and report on the current level of efficiency within an organization, here are eight ways in which operational efficiency can be influenced.
There are different metrics to consider regarding operational efficiency within an organization that indicate if a company can operate without a significant loss.
To understand what makes finance teams more efficient, it is helpful to consider the various factors involved.
Our Financial OS has been designed from the ground up to be fully SOX compliant, allowing finance teams to do so much more while mitigating potential risks.
PayEm's Director of Business Development explains how early-enterprise finance teams evolve with fintech solutions
A strategy where the CS department underwent division into three distinct departments: customer success managers (CSMs), onboarding/implementation experts, and technical support agents.