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The CFO Agenda for 2020 – A numbers game

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Reduce costs, increase savings, double productivity, eliminate errors, show x percent growth, automate y percent of processes…and the list goes on.

 

Being a CFO or a senior finance executive you know that every day is indeed a numbers game, and how well you balance the numbers reflects on how much you win.

 

In the CFO study conducted by HP, with the help of Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC), CFOs from across the world shared the numbers that matter to them the most and how digital technologies would influence the agenda for 2020.

BPS Edge Finance and Administration – Open gates to secure apps with simplified identity management

FnA ezine 2014 HP BPO.jpgAs clients partner with business process services (BPS) providers, one of the main challenges is to integrate the increasing number of different environments securely and ensure that the integration is user friendly. This can be challenging given the diverse platforms and security models spanning the typical global client organization. And a large number of employees—current, new, or leaving—create a multitude of passwords that have to be managed.

 

But you don’t have to build complex identity management for each user. There is a simpler way. In the latest edition of the BPS Edge Finance and Administration ezine, we tell you what it is and how your organization could benefit from it.

The CFO Agenda for 2020 – The acceptance of the external service provider

CFO survey 2014 HP BPO.jpgIn today’s economic environment, which is characterized by uncertainty and volatility in global markets, CFOs are under rising pressure to support business performance and effectively manage business risk. At the same time, there is constant cost pressure and little investment available. With perceived risks of security and the loss of control over key processes, many CFOs are still hesitant to work with external service providers.

 

However, based on the findings of the CFO study conducted by HP, with the help of Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC), one in three companies already work with external service providers today. CFOs are now more and more often turning to external service providers for support to achieve their key objectives.

 

Read on to find out what has changed and will be changing in the coming years.

Your best resolution for 2015 – the HP Business Performance Analytics Tool

HP BPO BPAT.jpgThe end of the year brings mixed feelings – a detailed analysis of results and achievements, as well as things that could have been done better. We tend to compare these results with the previous goals set and with competitors’ successes. The process finally leads to a new vision set for the year to come. Many large enterprises go through this process and often wonder how competitors seem to be doing better, given the same market conditions.

 

The answer is the clever use of technology and analytics that work for you.

 

So make your best resolution for 2015—to harness the vast data you already possess, and let the HP Business Performance Analytics Tool help you plan and run your business better.

Digital Process Services exploiting disruptive technologies

HP BPO disruptive tech.jpgBy:  Mike Donnellan, BPS Sales Leader - EMEA, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise

 

Digital Process Services are exploiting disruptive technologies and changing the old world order in the BPO industry. Artificial intelligence agents embedded in robotic process automation, linked to workflow and natural voice activated command of information management systems, create the opportunity to dramatically re-engineer labour intensive operating models.  

 

Mike Donnellan, BPS Sales Leader – EMEA, HP, tells you more on the changing face of business and technology.

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