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How do you identify a finance function ripe for transformation?

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CFO spotlight: Finance reimagined

"Turning insights into action"

Adam Boutros, National Assurance Markets Leader, PwC Canada

How do you identify a finance function ripe for transformation?

One of the key challenges we’re hearing from chief financial officers right now is around the rising expectations for their finance functions to deliver greater value for their organizations. They’re balancing the need to generate the insights required to support growth and innovation with rising demands for efficiencies in how the finance function operates.

Adam Boutros, our Future of Finance leader, sat down with PwC Canada’s CFO, Alaina Tennison, to discuss what we’re doing to reimagine our own finance function.

Learn how our finance team took steps to automate and streamline manual and repetitive processes, focus on higher-impact and value-added tasks and deliver deeper and more meaningful insights. You can also learn more about how you can get started on your own finance transformation journey.

  • 0:22s - Process: automating repetitive and manual tasks
  • 1:15s Process: automating our billing & collection processes
  • 2:20s People: focus the finance team on higher impact and value activities, managing stakeholders, delivering impactful & insightful information
  • 3:11s Future of finance in 2-5 years
  • 3:57s Process: Incorporating external data into real time decision making
  • 4:35s People & Process: Bringing stakeholders together to streamline reporting
  • 5:30s People & Process: Tax reporting and automating manual functions for savings
  • 7:11s Process: Governance and controls
  • 8:00s People, Process & Performance: Where do I start - top 3 
  • 9:47s Performance: Technologies driving finance automation
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Adam Boutros, National Assurance Markets Leader, PwC Canada

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Alaina Tennison, Chief Financial Officer, PwC Canada

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