Join us for a discussion of the “data nirvana” for a finance function and why it is critical to enabling CFOs to deliver against their new mandate of responsibility for corporate finance governance while serving as a strategic business partner delivering actionable business insights to drive better outcomes and profitable growth.
With many finance functions saddled with complex spaghetti technology architectures and fragmented data silos, Nick Shah of Aptitude Software, and David Fourie of KPMG, will explore sub ledger and data architecture design, and discuss what modern finance architecture looks like. They will examine the power of digital technologies and how they can be leveraged to deliver better finance solutions for the future without creating additional tangled messes and further complexity.
This presentation will be valuable to all finance and technology professionals wanting to explore key data architecture considerations as part of their journeys to building a modern finance function that will serve the business now and in the future.
- Discover why data is key to a modern finance function.
- Explain the criticality of a sub ledger in finance architecture.
- Recognize the importance of the finance team’s ownership of accounting data flows.
- Identify how different data types should be treated in a finance architecture.
- Summarize the three key parts of an ideal finance architecture (control, automation, and transparency).