Digital Payments: Changing Economy Sparks New Priorities for Systems Spending
Top CFOs are readjusting their digital spend to modernize processes, reduce operating costs, optimize remote workforces, & build-in business resilience.
What the guide reveals:
In an era of business disruption-as-normal, companies are quickly recognizing what Darwin always said, that it is the most adaptable that survive. And as the 250 CFOs surveyed in our new report already know, the key to adaptability and resilience is strategic investing in financial process digitization.
Don’t fight economic volatility, be prepared to leverage it instead.
The report, Digital Payments: Changing Economy Sparks New Priorities for Systems Spending, details how leading CFOs across financial services and insurance, healthcare, retail, and manufacturing are applying the hard-learned lessons from the pandemic to build more automated and responsive (and proactive) processes—across AP, AR, working capital, and procurement.
Along with exploring exactly where their digital priorities are shifting, you’ll learn why a focused effort to fully digitalize your key finance areas provides bottom-line impact sooner, as well as positions your organization to capitalize on opportunities even when times are volatile.
What you will learn:
- How AP and AR digitization is particularly critical during disruptive business periods
- Why CFOs cite modernization efforts as their most important reason for investing in digital payments
- The role of economic uncertainty in spurring digital investments to improve working capital management
- How digitizing and automating procurement systems helps ride out periods of downturn
Business disruption is the new normal; before it happens, learn how financial process digitization can turn that uncertainty into opportunity.