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Register for IBM Finance Forum, 2014

Improve your financial performance and growth with analytics at Finance Forum, 2014

Findings from IBM’s recent Global C-Suite Study show that while measuring and monitoring business performance is important to 92 percent of CFOs, only 55 percent believe they are effective in the process.1

CFOs play a pivotal role in guiding their organisation’s strategy and now more than ever are required to be agile, adapt to business and market changes, and make key business decisions. It  is vital for performance that these decisions are informed by data and fact, rather than gut-feel and intuition. That’s why CFOs are turning towards analytics to drive business growth.

Join us at the Australian IBM Finance Forum for this complimentary half-day event to discover how IBM® is helping financial professionals around the globe to improve their financial performance and drive growth with analytics.

Keynote speaker

David Parmenter, Author of Winning CFOs

At the Australian Finance Forums, David Parmenter will discuss the need for finance teams to be future-ready – to react quickly to change and to make key financial decisions informed by advanced analytics. Hear also from IBM customers on how they themselves have embraced financial analytics to embark on their journey to future-readiness.

Dates and Locations

IBM Finance Forum is on in Australia on the following dates and locations:

Sydney – Tuesday 16 September, from 07:45 until midday at Establishment
Melbourne – Wednesday 17 September, from 07:45 until midday at Crown Towers
Brisbane – Thursday 18 September, from 07:45 until midday at the Sofitel Hotel


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John Vaughan

John Vaughan is a highly experienced Accountant and Consultant. He has experience in the pharmaceutical, FMCG, distribution, professional services, manufacturing and financial service industries. With over 25 years of commercial experience and 20 years working with the Cognos products, he...

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