Crunch Time IV: Blockchain for finance

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Crunch Time IV: Blockchain for finance

Finance in a digital world

We explore business blockchains and how they're transforming the work of finance organisations around the world. From cloud computing and robotics to analytics, cognitive technologies, and blockchain, a new class of digital disruptors is transforming finance work.

We set out to demystify blockchain for CFOs, focusing on how finance organisations can apply blockchains to streamline processes, improve controls, and transform finance operations. 

Blockchain for Finance is a practical guide for finance organisations who want to understand options around blockchain and make effective decisions about moving forward. It features more than a dozen Frequently Asked Questions finance teams can use to make sense of blockchain technology, as well as a high-level roadmap for adoption. It also includes a seven-point checklist for CFOs who are thinking about embarking on the blockchain journey.

Download the latest issue in our Crunch Time series to explore the potential impact and implications for CFOs.

Published: May 2018

Crunch time IV: Blockchain for Finance

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