The pandemic has highlighted the importance of data analysis for critical decision making. But when does this data become counterproductive and how can CFOs manage the overload?
The use of sophisticated models and data is deeply embedded in every CFO’s day-to-day tasks, from reliable risk calculation to forecasting financial performance. But there is a balance between the amount of data required for CFOs to do their day jobs and the volume of information that leaders and other employees can process.
How do you balance the information load and make intelligent decisions, even in tough times?
We were delighted to speak with two Australian CFOs including the leader of one of Australia’s most iconic organisations: The Sydney Opera House, about how they are using data and analytics to survive tough times and prepare for better ones to come.
Which metrics do we need to track to gain meaningful insights?
In this on-demand webinar hosted by Sush Koka, Director of Global Product Marketing at Basware, you can listen in to an insightful and engaging conversation with John Wise, the CFO of Acumentis Group and Jon Blackburn, CFO of the Sydney Opera House.
Watch this on-demand webinar to discover:
The short-term, mid-term and long-term data, CFOs should be prioritising
The metrics you need to track to forecast financial performance
6 months on: what to do with the data gathered during the pandemic and how to identify data to capture external events
Join these CFOs and software analytics experts as they divulge tips on how to leverage your data analytics and synthesise meaningful information