Artificial Intelligence is recreating the way we used to think and work. When it comes to business and accounting, AI is still at its initial stages. Let's fabricate and visualise a future vision of AI in Accounting
Most CFOs have mixed confidence in meeting their highest priority digital objectives in 2021...Gartner survey of 173 CFOs finds 82% of respondents named advanced data analytics technologies and tools a top priority
More finance departments are looking to tech advances in order to help determine future strategy – a task that has become much more complicated given the unpredictable direction of markets and the data that has produced.
2020 has been marked by COVID-19 social and economic upheaval that has forced global organizations to rethink what work really means—and that could be a very good thing.
Billionaire Ray Dalio posits there is no avoiding pain, especially if you have ambitious goals. If we identify and embrace the healthy -- yet painful -- truth, we will endure and thrive in the face of challenges.
As the Covid-19 pandemic shakes the global economy and disrupts the way we live, work, and conduct business, leaders are scrambling to manage the immediate fallout.
Flexible delivery of emerging technologies to drive business outcomes is fast becoming today’s competitive battleground. But there is an obstacle currently slowing these efforts, and it is formidable: the sourcing and distribution of funds.