August 3, 2021

Digital CFO Asia

Real-Time Payments Now as Popular as Cash in Southeast Asia as Pandemic Accelerates Digitization of Payments

New ACI Worldwide Research Reveals Three in five (61%) consumers in Southeast Asia select real-time payments – such as DuitNow  (Malaysia), PayNow (Singapore) and PromptPay (Thailand) – as a preferred way to pay in 2021, equal to cash (61%)  Strong consumer demand for real-time payments demonstrates the urgent need for payments  modernization across Southeast Asia

Combining RPA & AI for Business Success

By: Esker Document Automation | 5 July 2021 AI Can be Scary Alan Turing. Stephen Hawking. Bill Gates. Elon Musk. All these great minds of the computing world warned against the dangers of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and they have a point. The implications of any new technology need to be considered carefully — especially ones

[Whitepaper] Digital Payments: Is This Really Goodbye to Cash?

By: Accuity | 6 May 2021 The fast, frictionless payment transactions experienced by consumers are influencing B2B customer expectations and driving payments digitisation, according to this new whitepaper by Accuity. The whitepaper explores in detail: The added value of data in the new payment ecosystem, including ISO 20022 and APIs. The benefits of electronic payments

Finance Digital Transformation: How Finance Leaders Can Equip Their Team to Tackle Change

By: Workday | 16 Apr 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of digital transformation across many different areas. However, according to Workday’s CFO Indicator Survey 2020 on finance digital transformation, nearly half of 225 CFOs from global organisations surveyed have not implemented any finance digital transformation initiatives. Finance digital transformation is the implementation

You better watch out; the Internal Auditor is coming to town.

He’s making a listHe’s checking it twiceHe’s gonna find outWho’s naughty or nice … IS CHRISTMAS early and you-know-who is coming to town? No, it isn’t Santa Claus, at least not yet. It’s the internal auditor and he knows when you have been bad or good. Last year’s changes to the Singapore Code of Corporate