As we face a variety of unprecedented disruptions here and across the globe, businesses are looking for ways to not only withstand the crises, but also to prepare themselves to move forward once the crises pass. Many companies found themselves with a fully remote workforce with little time to prepare. Companies that had digitally transformed their operations prior to this were quicker to respond and did so with greater efficiency. Many of these companies looked at transformation holistically across the entire business with an understanding that functions that had once resided in silos had to now live in an age of full collaboration.
Determine OutLoud: A two-part conversation with Mark Joyce, EVP and CFO of Corcentric.
In a recently released article and podcast about the evolving role of the CFO, McKinsey & Co. partner Ankur Agrawal and consultant Priyanka Prakash shine an interesting light on enterprise-wide change management in the digital age — from the perspective of finance. Of particular note are the number and range of corporate functions reporting into finance today, and how that shifting scope of responsibilities can stress a CFO’s bandwidth while also increasing their net impact.
The evidence has been accumulating for decades that electronic invoicing, or e-invoicing, saves users considerable time and money. Respondents to a global study by The Institute of Financial Operations found that 56% of businesses using e-invoicing spent considerably less money processing invoices than those businesses using manual systems. So why isn’t every business using it today?