The CFO as Operator (CxO)
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In today’s business world, the rate of innovation is higher than ever, more sales and marketing have been driven online and as a result, more data and insights are needed to support more rapid decision-making. Chief Financial Officers are the leaders managing the systems that produce and hold this information…Read More

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The Technology CFO As A Master of Business Intelligence
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In today’s technology world, the job of a Chief Financial Officer extends well beyond accounting and reporting. Faced with hyper-competitive markets, technology companies increasingly demand real-time data, and that information exists in systems which are typically managed by both the Chief Technology Officer and the CFO. And while today’s CTOs…Read More

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Managing Apps in the Age of Saas: Avoiding the Risks of “SaaS Sprawl”
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In our engagements at FLG Partners, we often encounter situations in which companies default to systems to try to improve their business processes. Unfortunately, this approach can give a management team a false sense of security and almost always results in performance below expectations. At FLG, we typically find that…Read More

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Becoming SaaS: How CFOs Need to Manage the Transition from Perpetual to Subscription Models
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The growing popularity of SaaS applications among end users, enterprise software buyers and investors creates tremendous pressure on traditional software providers to offer subscription versions of their applications. The business case for moving to SaaS is so strong that this business model is projected to dominate all software sales in…Read More

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