The role of today’s chief financial officer (CFO) is more complex than ever. CFOs are managing people, systems and technology infrastructure in the air of intense regulatory scrutiny and changing economic conditions. They're driving or adapting to strategic shifts in their companies' business models. And as always, they're ensuring that the finance organization performs its core accounting and reporting duties effectively and efficiently. As the role continues to expand and evolve, it's no wonder many financial leaders are frustrated by ever-increasing demands on their time and resources.