Finance Strategy and Process: Finance Transformation Solution Set
Align and streamline
Today’s Finance organizations provide much more than accounting services. From information management and corporate governance to investment strategy and beyond, CFOs oversee an array of processes, people, and systems. Deloitte’s1 Finance Strategy and Process Solution Set helps leaders develop and execute a vision for Finance that supports business growth.
Bending the cost curve on health care
Armed with correct information about medical care, treatment, and prevention, CFOs can get a handle on their health-care costs.
First quarter 2013 - CFO SignalsTM results
CFOs and their companies appear poised to move forward, spurring both organic and M&A expansion. Cash-rich and lean, many are getting even more aggressive about finding and exploiting pockets of growth.
The case for a close czar
The close czar can proactively identify issues and help management make timely decisions, set expectations, and help meet stringent financial reporting deadlines.
CFOs and CIOs: How do you know when to reach for the clouds?
Cloud computing is broader than the information technology department.
CFOs and CIOs: How can you mitigate concerns when moving to the cloud?
Redefine the strategic use of information technology.
Supply chain resilience: A risk intelligent approach to managing global supply chains
Supply chain resilience provides a framework for identifying and analyzing all forms of supply chain risk.
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