Chief Finance Officers,
Chief Financial Officers,
Finance Directors DEFINITION: CFO (Chief Financial Officer) is a corporate title for the person responsible for managing the company's financial operations. In many companies, the CFO is also the treasurer. Because managing quarterly results depends on bookkeeping skills, the CFO is often seen as the second most important person in the company, after the CEO.See also: CEO and others, CxO and C-level.
This paper looks at the growing alignment between the financial and technical disciplines. It examines the results of the Global CFO Study 2008 in the context of IT, identifying the critical implications for CIOs, and the need for a strategic partnership with CFOs and more ongoing collaboration between Finance and IT.
This study, conducted in cooperation with Wharton Business School and the Economist Intelligence Unit, explores how CFOs can help balance risk and performance in a rapidly changing business climate.
Some of the biggest opportunities exist in the supply chain and globalization. This Ventana Research white paper explores how you can improve business performance by addressing opportunities and risks within your supply chain and ERP systems.
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