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Adding Value, Securing Cashflow and Achieving Growth in this Never Normal World
The most agile finance teams are looking ahead, not backward. Shifting business models require Finance to behave differently, phasing out mundane workloads for a more strategic focus.  

Transitioning into this role of a cross-functional leader and chief value driver, the modern CFO’s focus is now firmly on the business as a whole and how they can demonstrate the broader value of the finance function as a driver of growth to ensure their business stays ahead of the competition.

In this collision of old and new, challenges to productivity and profitability remain more real than ever before and the Finance function has never been under more pressure to achieve more for less at an unprecedented speed.

By fully embracing the unlimited possibilities of modern technology, finance leaders have an unprecedented opportunity to shift from being simply reporters of past financial performance to a visionary and forecaster on the direction of their business.

Modern accounting delivers accurate results faster, helping companies unify data and processes and automating as much work as possible — eliminating the ordinary to focus on the extra-ordinary!

After this short workshop, you will understand:

- Securing agility and cashflow
- Why Continuous Accounting is critical to adapt to change 
- Turning data into insights
- Best practices for Finance to embrace analytics 
- Ways to manage talent, audits, business partnering, and more

We will be joined by Josh May (Principal Solutions Consultant at BlackLine) for this discussion. Josh is an ACCA Qualified Accountant and has more than 21 years accounting experience in banking, leasing, gaming etc. Prior to joining BlackLine, he led the implementation of BlackLine at Camelot, whilst in charge of the Reporting Team. He is a Certified Implementer and has more than 5 years' experience in Solutions Consulting.

Sep 23, 2021 02:00 PM in London

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