• Cloud-based financial apps no longer a brain twister for CFOs

    CFOs are warming to the idea of storing financial data in the cloud, says Jeremy Roche, CEO of FinancialForce.com.

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  • SaaS ERP gains may ease fears of moving core financials to the cloud

    Three surveys show CFOs are comfortable with “edge” applications that benefit most from cloud deployments, such as T&E and SEC reporting.

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  • How will new revenue recognition criteria affect your company?

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  • CFOs prepare for new revenue recognition criteria

    Some finance chiefs are gearing up for revenue recognition standards. The rules have important implications for companies that sell term licenses for on-premises software.

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  • CFOs moving past data privacy objections to cloud-based software

    At the Proformative CFO Dimensions conference, attendees hijacked a session on cloud-based software with questions -- but not the ones you'd expect.

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  • Role of CFO is expanding in technology decisions

    In this video from Proformative's CFO Dimensions 2013, John Kogan explains why CFOs are more involved in enterprise technology purchases than ever before.

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  • How to persuade the CFO to back your IT project

    Michael Blackstaff explains a few techniques that can be the difference between your IT project winning over the board or being left on the shelf

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  • CEO and others

    CEO, CFO, CIO, CTO, CSO, CCO and CKO are abbreviations that stand for: Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Chief Security Officer, Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Knowledge Officer.

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  • Should CFOs care about the rise in mobile payment systems?

    The mobile payment market is experiencing tremendous growth. Get ready to think about cyberthreats, changing operations and opportunity.

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  • What do CFOs need to know about customer data security?

    With cyberattacks a growing concern for many companies, the CFO must take a leadership role in securing organizational and customer data. Here's how to start.

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