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Government Finance Function 2020
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Here are some of the latest thought leadership and insights.
Now in its eighth year, The State of the State brings together Deloitte and Reform to make an annual assessment of government and public services in the UK. As Brexit negotiations and parliamentary wrangling continues, The State of the State looks beyond the headlines to explore the UK’s public sector from the view of citizens, public sector leaders and the frontline of public services.
Results from the 11th biennial global shared services survey indicate that shared services centres (SSCs) are, in fact, shifting from being a “provider of what they ask for” to a generator of tangible business value - especially as SSCs are witnessing an increased penetration in strategic and interaction-heavy functions like customer, sales and marketing support, and procurement.
Deloitte’s 11th annual Tech Trends report provides insights and inspiration you will need for the digital journey ahead. Several of this year’s trends are responses to persistent IT challenges. Others represent technology-specific dimensions of larger enterprise opportunities. All are poised to drive significant change and transform business in unpredictable ways.
Tech Trends 2020 identifies the trends Deloitte believes will disrupt businesses in the next 18 to 24 months. Based on insights from Deloitte subject matter specialists, the world’s leading organisations, academic and industry luminaries, and leading startups, venture capitalists, and technology providers, Tech Trends 2020 explores five key trends, shares examples from organisations on the front lines, and takes a look at what may come, beyond the next horizon.
Emerging business trends and forces are driving change within accounting and finance organisations. These changes are also enabling the controllership function to imagine a dramatically different future - a future in which “digital controllership” can harness innovation and technology to fundamentally transform the controllership role and add greater value to the organisation.
Coming off the success of our previous “Crunch time” reports, we’re now looking towards the future with eight predictions for the finance function of 2025. The technologies needed to reimagine finance are here and they will only get better. It’s crunch time.