Finance Stack: Integrated Technology Solutions for CFOs by the San Francisco CFO Leadership Council
Finance Stack: Integrated Technology Solutions for CFOs
The San Francisco CFO Leadership Council Chapter
Wednesday, April 17
8 AM to 8:30 AM Networking | 8:30 AM to 9:45 AM Program
KPMG, 55 2nd Street, 11th Floor, San Francisco, CA
Building an integrated network of software is a challenging endeavor, but if done well can offer your firm increased efficiencies, cost savings, and a more secure cybersecurity profile. With a variety of business intelligence and other tools on the market, the selection, implementation and ownership process can be quite confusing. Our speakers will share their journey from the investment stage to evaluation, lessons learned, and help you develop a forward-looking plan to give your organization a sustained advantage.
- The major components of a finance stack (accounting and budgeting, vendor management, payroll, equity management, customer relations, and business intelligence) and how each is dependent upon the others
- What factors should CFOs and their teams consider when evaluating disparate solutions
- How to identify the key stakeholders in the finance stack and best practices for getting their support
- Greatest challenges and most common mistakes made during a finance stack implementation
- How to measure ROI on technology investments
Curtis Atkisson is CFO at Sojern. He has more than 20 years of diverse experience both in startup environments and corporate settings. As CFO at Sojern, he is focused on scaling Sojern’s growth and in November raised $120M of equity funding from TCV. Curtis has a long history of finance and travel experience, including stints at the SEC, the Federal Reserve Board, Chase Manhattan Bank, United Airlines and, most recently, back-to-back CFO posts at startups in San Francisco. He co-founded Affinity Labs and supported its successful exit. He graduated with a B.A. in Economics from Brigham Young University and has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Carrie Augustine, CPA started her career in Big 4 Public Accounting. In industry, she worked as a Corporate Controller at a Software company, leading the company through rapid international expansion, acquisitions, and IPO. Carrie worked extensively to scale the Company's processes and systems (NetSuite, Salesforce, DocuSign, BigMachines, OpenAir, Concur, and Workday), resulting in more efficient workflows and enhanced reporting. Carrie came to the NetSuite Software vertical in July 2014. Carrie's specialties include Scaling: Process Refinement & System Optimization, Revenue Recognition & Billing, Global Expansion, IPO Readiness.
Scott Curry is Managing Partner at Caravel Partners. He has spent over 20+ years in the Technology Advisory space working with clients on business process strategy, software selection, implementation and managed services. As a former CPA and Financial Operations Principal, Scott has a broad background including finance, distribution, manufacturing, eCommerce, CRM and HCM. Scott has worked with various software, high-tech manufacturing, semiconductor, renewable energy, retail, multi-channel distribution, services, consumer products, life sciences, gaming and social networking companies. Scott has held various positions in his career and worked directly for some of the worlds largest software companies such as Oracle and NetSuite. Scott is a graduate of Santa Clara University and holds a B.S. in Accounting.
Moderator: Kelli Lampkin
Kelli Lampkin is a Corporate Account Executive at NetSuite.
- Program level: Advanced
- Field of Study: Information Technology
- Recommended CPE: 1.0 CPE
- Program Prerequisites: None
- Advanced Preparation: None
- Delivery Method: Live/Group
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