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CFOs and the digital labor revolution

Feb 09, 2017
From Advisory Institute

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CFOs and the digital labor revolution
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From the Advice Worth Keeping podcast series
Hosted by Stan Lepeak, Global Research Director,
KPMG LLP Management Consulting

 

 

As multinational companies strive to compete in an ever-changing environment, chief financial officers (CFOs) are playing an increasingly important role. They are expected to reduce costs, provide more insights to the business, and drive profitable growth.

But many CFOs have maxed out their savings from labor arbitrage due to overseas wage inflation, and are wondering: “What’s next?”

The answer? Digital labor.

In today’s podcast, Anne Bothwell, a Principal in KPMG’s Financial Management practice, sits down with Stan Lepeak to discuss:

  • How CFOs can position themselves to become a stronger business partner to CEOs by leveraging  technology for strategic insight
  • The impact of digital labor on delivery models and how third party outsourcing service providers are taking an innovative approach to offer customers optimized processes
  • Specific areas of focus for CFOs beginning their digital labor journey

 

Duration: Approximately 13 minutes.  Activate the recording with the play button over the image.

 

Additional insight

Learn more about how advances in automation are changing the game for CFOs:

Read Digital labor and the future of finance.

Access the CFO/Real Insights Webcast Digital labor and the future of finance.

 

For data, analysis and opinions from the minds of KPMG visit CFO/Real Insights.

 

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