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Event Date Fri Dec 3 EST (about 1 month ago)
Location Online Event
Region Americas
Details

Expectations on today’s CFO is changing and expanding. Over the next few years, Gartner expects financial planning and analysis (FP&A) projects to evolve and expand beyond the finance domain into other areas of enterprise planning and analysis known as extended planning and analysis (xP&A). Extended planning and analysis (xP&A) is expected to be the next frontier of finance transformation. It is predicted that it will transform planning processes by providing far deeper integration and support for collaboration between finance and operational teams. On top of that, innovative technological developments are giving CFOs more powerful tools to provide their business with better predictive and prescriptive insights that will drive higher productivity, business performance, and profits.

Businesses are looking at how to begin their digital transformation journey. And as technology evolves, so does the strategic imperatives driving organizations, which the CFO needs to be part of. In this live webinar, sponsored by Wolters Kluwer and hosted by CPA Australia, presenter Daniel Viertel, Business Director for CCH Tagetik Asia Pacific will discuss the tools and technologies that would effectively arm your finance team and share practical hands-on experience on successfully navigating finance transformation projects.

Learning Outcomes:
• Describe the trends driving the modernisation of Finance teams including the rise of xP&A.
• Define the evolving role and priorities of CFOs.
• Describe the current and traditional state of the planning process vs the future state of enterprise planning, connecting finance and operations.
• Explain new technologies such as predictive analytics & intelligence that can reliably forecast trends and behaviours for better decisions.