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To succeed in today’s volatile business environment, CFOs need to ensure that their organizations have agile business processes and systems in place to drive growth, minimize risk and costs, and deliver the results expected by stakeholders. In recent years, the role of the CFO has evolved and expanded to include information technology (IT). But simply overseeing IT is not enough. To create a successful 21st-century finance organization, CFOs must become more strategic in their use of technology, and even become a catalyst for change. Becoming a strategic CFO necessitates a greater focus on leveraging IT- looking ahead as well as looking backward, focusing on the nonfinancial as well as the financial elements of critical decisions, and operating with an external and internal orientation.
In many instances, QuickBooks is inadequate. It lacks many of the capabilities growing businesses need and provides limited real-time visibility into essential business information. Because of QuickBooks limitations, companies are often forced to grow by adding more systems or applications for specific purposes- which often aren’t integrated with each other- and may revise or attempt to automate certain business processes. This can result in complexity that is rife with manual tasks and bottlenecks, increases the risks of errors, can hurt the customer experience, and can limit growth.