Future of Finance – how can you embrace the latest technology?

Future of Finance – how can you embrace the latest technology?

Join Jedox and CFMS to discuss planning, AI, predictive analytics, Excel and the skillsets required for finance leaders of the future

In recent years, technology has brought many advantages to the accountancy profession, enabling the sector to leverage automation, produce intelligent forecasting, and maintain digital records. As the Fourth Industrial Revolution progresses, such as with the rise of artificial intelligence, accountants must adapt to the changing environment in order to stay at the forefront of the competition.

But how are accountants successfully embracing technological change? How does technology support predictive analytics? What skillsets will finance leaders need to thrive in future years? How will technological advancements affect key accounting areas such as budgeting, planning and forecasting? And what role does Excel play in the technology revolution?

Find out by joining Jedox and CFMS on 16 October 2018 at HMS Belfast, near London Bridge Station, to discover what the future role of the finance leader looks like.

The event will discuss:

  • How modern CFOs and business leaders are taking advantage of digital technologies
  • The value of integrated planning, reporting and analytics
  • How to implement a cutting-edge solution that embraces the principal skillset in finance: Excel
  • A case study with NHBC to showcase how the organisation is building its future in finance
  • How AI and machine learning will impact the future of FP&A

Keynote speech: The future of budgeting, planning and forecasting – what’s the impact of AI and machine learning?

The keynote will be delivered by Gary Simon, CEO of FSN and the leader of the FSN Modern Finance Forum on LinkedIn. Simon will draw on FSN research to explain how organisations can improve forecasting performance, as well as outlining the skillsets required to achieve this. He will also speak about how AI and machine learning might impact the future of FP&A.

The journey to digital transformation plus networking opportunities

The event will offer the chance to network with your industry peers alongside opportunities to learn about how you can accelerate your business and digital transformation journey with a planning, reporting and analytics solution that embraces Excel. Jedox will demonstrate how to transform – in minutes – a manual Excel report to a robust, secure, flexible, collaborative Jedox solution available in Excel, web and mobile.

Many organisations already benefit from their decision to use Jedox, including McDonald’s, Pernod Ricard, Mercedes Benz, and Standard Life.

Register now

The event will take place from 09.00 to 12.45 on 16 October 2018. Breakfast will be provided.

Register now to reserve your place and begin your digital transformation journey.

Think big, start small, deliver quickly…

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