Automating complex manual processes in finance and HR has freed resources to support strategic growth, writes Jobvite's Amy Shives
Experience4U - how Guildford Borough Council went from too many systems and not enough money to integrated ERP and £1.3 million savings
Guildford Borough Council has gone from having multiple siloed systems to one integrated replacement based on Unit4's ERP platform.
Traditional signals are not enough to manage risk in unpredictable times. FinancialForce's Dan Brown explains how to be better prepared for what's ahead
The market didn't like Zuora's Q2 numbers as the company continues to focus in on the leading sectors of the subscription economy
Times of uncertainty require companies to be agile so they can shift plans and operations as conditions change, writes Workday's Kshitij Dayal
"Two like-minded people are better than one in the CEO job." Workday's new co-CEO structure falls into place as businesses settle into the COVID working environment.
In the pandemic era, data and performance metrics empower your storytelling - and build connections to donors. Sage Intacct's Joan Benson shares how non-profits bring data stories to life
'What if...' scenarios are a big part of the new reality for all CFOs, says NetSuite's Rami Ali.
Economic modelling research into systemic risk suggests that financial services companies aren’t the only one’s that might be “too big to fail.
Finance professionals aren’t just busy: they’re confronting a wide range of new challenges that are all triggered in one way or another by the pandemic. These challenges often require research, planning and expert counsel to resolve and resolve quickly.
Finance leaders today must harness the power of automation and real-time data analysis to anticipate change and mitigate risk. Sage Intacct's Dr Ian Howells charts the unstoppable rise of CFO 3.0
Cloud-based call center vendor Five9 put in a new FinancialForce PSA system last year and calculates it saved 20,000 hours and lifted revenue by $3 million