Without a doubt, the effects of AI on the global economy are jaw-dropping. But how does that affect the FP&A sector? Do we need to worry about the rise of artificial intelligence?
Generally, certified accountants have not had a reputation for deep involvement with operations, marketing, and sales management nor being a strategic advisor to their executive team, although articles by the media, consulting firms, and IT analysts have been claiming this is a trend and direction for them.
How do leading organisations both in Australia and globally address the changing needs of Financial Planning and Analysis professionals? How do these organisations lead from the front in working through challenges?
These notes were made during the meeting of the FP&A Board on 16th May 2019 in London. They are a mixture of comments made by attendees and thoughts of those who presented case studies.
On June 19th, 2018, International FP&A Board launched the Toronto chapter. There were over 30 attendees, all senior finance executives, from various industries including telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, technology, retail and hospitality
What are the latest FP&A trends in Australia? Recently, Larysa Melnychuk, the founder and MD of The International FP&A Board has opened new chapters in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.
This article gives insights on the latest FP&A trends and challenges: how they evolve globally and how they are perceived locally, on Australian continent.