Role of CFO is expanding in technology decisionsDate: Aug 27, 2013
Today, the role of the chief financial officer (CFO) at many organizations is expanding to include a multitude of duties beyond crunching the numbers. For one, many CFOs are now playing a larger part in enterprise technology purchases. This is reflected by the fact that more than half of all chief information officers report to CFOs.
In this video from the 2013 Proformative CFO Dimensions conference, held in New York, Proformative CEO John Kogan describes how the role of CFOs has evolved over time in regard to technology purchases, both as users and as decision makers.