February 9, 2021 | Original broadcast
The pandemic rapidly changed customer behavior—driving the need for new products, services, and sales models. Companies must significantly adjust business models to survive and thrive; small, incremental tweaks won’t work. CFOs who make big moves will be the ones to successfully navigate uncertainty, recapture growth, and turbocharge skill sets for the next normal. Join us to learn about the bold moves you can build into your strategy and hear from leaders who are already making assertive changes.
Finance leaders must capitalize on recent market shifts and new growth opportunities. Business executives share strategies for propelling business forward with four big moves you can make to turn challenges into business model innovations.
Thank you to finance and operations professionals worldwide for all you do to keep the finance engine running during these challenging times.
Oracle has a history of making bold moves to outpace the competition. Hear from Oracle Chairman and CTO Larry Ellison on the investments Oracle is making to extend its leadership in the cloud and deliver more value to customers.
CFOs surveyed by PwC in the last quarter of 2020 expect their companies to increase revenue over the next 12 months. Hear about top priorities for CFOs going into 2021 and the actions finance teams are taking to meet the challenges of the new year.
Square has a history of evolving its business model with breakthrough products and services enabling small business to thrive. Hear how finance is supporting innovation at Square as it reinvents the global payments industry.
With the acquisition of BevMo, goPuff is cementing its competitive advantages in the highly competitive grocery delivery market. goPuff shares how the cloud will help maximize acquisition value and create a platform for future growth.
M&G plc acquired Ascentric in 2020 to broaden their wealth management platform and access a new set of customers. Hear from Paul Cooper, Deputy CFO, on how they are digitally transforming and increasing value for their employees and customers.
Oracle development executives share technologies, best practices, and capabilities CFOs and their finance teams need to reignite growth and lead their companies in an economy reshaped by the pandemic.
Lyft shares how the ride-sharing giant is accelerating an automated close using a full suite of cloud ERP and EPM apps to deliver greater transparency and insight, strengthen control and compliance, and enable the move to touchless transactions.
A fast close supports quick pivots and enables marketplace success. Oracle Corporate Controller Maria Smith shows how finance automation and a unified cloud platform have accelerated Oracle’s vision for a one-day close.
Williams-Sonoma shares how the retail icon is using Oracle Risk Cloud to create a risk-intelligent culture that strengthens control and compliance and encourages informed risk-taking.