While medium sized enterprises are typically slow to invest in operational improvements, they have much to gain from embracing new generation financial software
GUEST OPINION by Claudia Pirko, ANZ Regional Vice President, BlackLine: Too large to pivot on a sixpence, too small to drop big bucks on products and processes to help their operations run more smoothly and cost effectively…many mid-sized Australian businesses are behind the eight ball, when it comes to spending money on solutions that increase efficiency internally.
A growing number of Australian enterprises have made the switch and, for the rest, it’s only a matter of time.
GUEST OPINION by Claudia Pirko, ANZ Regional Vice President, BlackLine: Has your business moved some or all of its core software applications to the cloud? For a growing number of local organisations, the answer is a resounding ‘yes’.
We asked a number of IT executives what the 'new normal' might look like as the impact of COVID-19 wanes.
Here's what the IT industry executives had to say.
Survey shows virus has heightened and accelerated the need for investment in finance process automation
COMPANY NEWS: Accounting automation software leader BlackLine. Inc, (Nasdaq: BL) has unveiled new research that shows just nine per cent of organisations managed to transform their finance function through automation prior to the global COVID-19 pandemic. However, more than half of Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) and finance executives admit the event has heightened the need to invest in automation technology.
Where is the money in the move to cloud computing? What's profitable and what isn't?
We posed this question to a broad swathe of senior industry executives. Here's what they had to say.
Embracing solutions which are compatible with the remote working model would boost productivity for accounting and finance departments which have been forced to decentralise
GUEST OPINION by Claudia Pirko, ANZ Regional Vice President, BlackLine: It’s been a busy few months for Australian finance and accounting leaders.
Women who work in the Australian technology sector are as one in saying that more of their tribe are needed in the ICT industry for a number of reasons. To mark International Women's Day, a number of them offered their opinions as to how the IT industry can attract more female talent in 2019 and in the years ahead.
Tech professionals have offered mixed reactions about the Australian data breach law which took effect a year ago today, pointing out that in general while it has no big downsides, the legislation has no great upsides either.
Financial controls and automation software company BlackLine has appointed Claudia Pirko as its regional vice-president for Australia and New Zealand.
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