Are You A Full-Stack CFO?
Technology adoption is changing the way tech-savvy CFOs run their departments. Now, small, impactful technologies work together to increase value through revenue growth, profitability, team efficiency, cash management and lower risk. This is requiring a “Full Stack CFO” who is tech-savvy in addition to being a strategist, operator and financial steward. Being a Full Stack CFO is a balance between where to invest to your time and where you can create more time for your team.
- The role of the CFO
- Transitioning to a full-stack CFO
- Impact of a full-stack CFO
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