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Many finance organizations are expanding their data analytics capabilities to include predictive and prescriptive analytics to help them deliver smarter insights, from price optimization to margin analysis to new product forecasting. Read how some leading organizations are going even further, exploring new analytical and cognitive technologies and assuming leadership for advanced analytics initiatives across the company.
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|Blockchain: Trusted economy
Do your customers trust you? And do you trust them? The emerging trust economy depends on each transacting party's reputation and digital identity-and that's where blockchain comes in. The technology behind digital contracts transforms reputation into a useful, manageable attribute.
|CFO Journal from The Wall Street Journal
Technology disruption is upending many business functions, and finance is no exception. CFOs should have their eyes on the future and their feet firmly grounded in supporting the business today. Read the latest insights and analysis written and compiled by Deloitte.
|Delivering insightful management reporting
Poor data quality, ineffective technology and talent shortages inhibit effective performance management. They are fundamentally interlinked and difficult to unpick. Determining how to prioritise these issues is a challenge faced by many senior finance executives.
|Digital finance: Avoiding the pitfalls of moving to the cloud
In this issue of CFO Insights, we outline the potential opportunities presented by the cloud and pose a series of questions that CFOs should ask to avoid the pitfalls.
|Analytics: Five skills that can help finance soar
In this issue of CFO Insights, we outline the skills required to move beyond the realm of descriptive analytics and help chart a course for identifying, acquiring, and developing that talent.
|Crunch time: Finance in a digital world: Finance technology for CFOs
From cloud computing and robotics to analytics, artificial intelligence and automation, a new class of digital disruptors is transforming how business gets done. Expect these disruptors to have a big impact on the future of finance organizations. But what exactly will their impact be? What is the future of finance in the face of these developments?
|Capitalizing on the promise—and the power—of the Internet of Things
For CFOs, understanding the Internet of Things (IoT) and developing a point of view regarding its potential ramifications is essential. In this issue of CFO Insights, we will examine how the IoT can influence business models both in terms of cost saving and asset efficiency and in driving top-line growth.
|As cyberthreats mount, internal audit can help play defense
With the threat of cyber incidents increasing, many audit committees and boards have set an expectation for internal audit to assess the organization’s capabilities of managing the associated risks. A first step in meeting this expectation is for internal audit to conduct a cyber risk assessment and distill the findings into a concise report for the audit committee and board, which can provide the basis for a risk-based, multiyear internal audit plan to help manage cyber risks.
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Early adopters speak out on cognitive and AI
What do the most aggressive adopters of AI and cognitive technologies report based on their efforts to date? On everything from the impact on jobs to their specific goals and exactly which technologies they're using and much more, 250 leaders shared their views on this important business development just as it takes hold in the broader business world.