WHAT'S NEXT FOR FINANCE: 8 PREDICTIONS TO ACT ON NOW

Sponsored by Oracle
DATE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 2020
TIME: 12:00 PM ET
DURATION: 1 HOUR

Webcast Summary

Digital disruption is the new norm and the roadmaps to a future filled with transformational change are still being drawn. The good news? The technologies needed to reimagine Finance are here and will only get better, helping Finance to become better, faster, and probably less expensive. Technologies such as AI, machine learning, advanced analytics, and blockchain are changing the work finance teams do, who does it, and how and where it gets done.

What’s next? How will Finance continue to evolve and what examples exist today? Join us to hear 8 predictions from Steve Cox, Group President of Oracle’s Cloud Business Group, and Varun Dhir, Principal-Oracle Finance Market Offering Leader at Deloitte Consulting LLP. They’ll explore:

  • The emerging technologies Finance needs to pay attention to—and how to leverage them
  • How Finance will continue to evolve and play a more strategic role
  • How CFOs can prepare for what’s to come, with actionable first steps 

About the Speakers

Steve Cox, Group President, Oracle’s Cloud Business Group

Steve Cox leads go-to-market strategy for Oracle ERP Cloud and Oracle EPM Cloud. Cox joined Oracle in 1997. Prior to his current role, he held various management positions within Oracle product marketing, consulting, and development.

Cox holds a master's degree in business administration from the University of Bath. He is the author of MODERN BEST PRACTICE EXPLAINED, an ebook articulating the next generation of business processes needed by organizations embarking on digital transformation.
 
Varun Dhir, Principal-Oracle Finance Market Offering Leader at Deloitte Consulting LLP

Varun is a Digital Finance Transformation leader with 20 years of professional consulting experience managing large global transformations on Oracle Platforms. Focused in equal measures on Digital Finance & Cloud Transition Strategy and delivering tangible business value for his clients, currently he leads one of the largest cloud transformation engagements. In addition, he leads the Oracle Finance Market Offering with focus on how innovation can drive value for finance organizations beyond traditional strategies.
 

About the Moderator

Jess Bozzo, Content Manager, Argyle Executive Forum

Jess is the Content Manager for Argyle Executive Forum’s growing CFO virtual division. In her current role, Jess is responsible for the creation and implementation of virtual event themes, overviews, and working with speakers and partners to create engaging and timely content. Prior to joining Argyle, Jess got her start in audience development and marketing with NewBay Media. A graduate of Gettysburg College, and a New Jersey native, Jess currently resides in Jersey City.

 
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Fields of Study: Finance
Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: None
Advance Preparation: None required
Delivery Method: Group Internet-based
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