How CFOs Can Evolve Stronger from the Pandemic with Predictive Intelligence
24 November 2021, Wednesday, 11:00AM to 12:00PM (GMT +8)
The rapidly changing business landscape created by the global Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on CFOs’ role and key finance processes such as budgeting, forecasting, and FP&A, making 2021 an unpredictable year for organisations around Asia Pacific. External factors such as remote working, deteriorating businesses, and unexpected market changes have seriously affected organisations’ current and future business goals.
CFOs and finance executives can now use predictive analytics to discover underlying patterns and connections between finance, operational, and external data, providing them with explainable forecasts and actionable insights to make faster and better data-driven decisions in an increasingly uncertain world. Predictive analytics can help financial executives discover significant business drivers, enhancing decision-making accuracy while lowering risk.
Join DigitalCFO and CCH Tagetik for this exclusive webinar to see how CFOs and finance executives can use predictive analytics to make optimum real-time decisions based on integrated data, allowing them to emerge stronger from the pandemic.
WHAT YOU CAN LEARN:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Opening Address & Housekeeping by DigitalCFO Asia
Panel Discussion: How can CFOs Evolve Stronger from the Pandemic through Predictive Intelligence
Question & Answer Segment
Closing Address by DigitalCFO Asia
End of Webinar
SPEAKERS & PANELISTS
Karl-Michael Mountari, General Manager , APAC of Wolters Kluwer | CCH Tagetik
Karl-Michael Mouantri is the General Manager, APAC of Wolters Kluwer | CCH® Tagetik, where he oversees direct operations and large network of partners across Asia-Pacific. Karl has over two decades of experience in the Corporate Performance Management, Business Intelligence, Auditing, as well as Management Consulting. In his previous roles, Karl were among many things: Vice President & General Manager, Asia-Pacific for Hyperion Solutions (Oracle), Endeca (Oracle), and Datawatch Corporation. During his time as the Managing Director of Hyperion Asia Pacific (Oracle), where he worked for 16 years, he was the pioneer and a founder of Hyperion’s operations throughout Asia-Pacific. Similarly while serving as the Managing Director of Endeca Asia Pacific (Oracle), he also successfully established and expanded the company’s presence throughout the region.
Paul Lennie, Chief Financial Officer, Southeast Asia, Asurion
Paul is currently the Southeast Asia CFO and APAC Head of Business Intelligence & Analytics at Asurion. Asurion helps 300 million people protect, connect and enjoy the latest technology. In his dual roles, Paul provides strategic solutions to drive business performance, as well as being responsible for providing best-in-class data and analytics to the APAC business. During his tenure in Asurion, he has previously held numerous Finance & Product roles. Before joining Asurion, Paul was a Finance Business Partner at TAL (a large Australian life insurance company) and PwC New Zealand, where he was a Manager in the Private Business department. Paul is a qualified Chartered Accountant and Chartered Financial Analyst.
About Wolters Kluwer CCH Tagetik:
Wolters Kluwer enables finance, legal, tax, and healthcare professionals to be more effective and efficient. We provide information, software, and services that deliver vital insights, intelligent tools, and the guidance of subject-matter experts.
We understand the complex challenges that face the Office of the CFO and translate that knowledge into intuitive, enterprise-scale CCH Tagetik performance management software solutions that drive business results. With over 180 years’ experience in the markets we serve, Wolters Kluwer is lifting the standard in software, knowledge, tools and education. Gartner, Forrester, Ventana Research and more - leading analyst firms acknowledge that CCH Tagetik is a visionary solution in Corporate Performance Management with the highest customer satisfaction ratings.