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EY Performance-The CFO and CIO: transitioning to a digital IT function

Categories: All, Articles in English, Information Technology, Strategy

New digital technologies, such as cloud, give organizations the opportunity to rethink business models and increase top-line and bottom-line growth. Our global survey of financial leaders has found that CFOs are becoming increasingly involved in reinventing IT functions, to deliver the new enabling technologies and the resulting organizational value.

Publication date: 2015-07

EY Performance-The CFO and CIO: establishing information strategy, architecture and processes

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In our survey of financial leaders, less than half the CFOs say that they make a significant contribution to information strategy, architecture and processes. Because accurate and accessible data is essential for financial and strategic decision-making, we explore how CFOs and CIOs can co-create a successful information strategy.

Publication date: 2015-07

The CFO and CIO: creating an analytics-driven organization

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Our survey of CFOs and financial leaders found that improving analytics capabilities and data management is the top driver of collaboration between CFOs and CIOs. Together they can help organizations take a business-led approach to analytics, leveraging it as an asset and a tool to deliver better decision-making.

Publication date: 2015-07

EY Performance-The CFO and CIO: managing cybersecurity together

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Cyber threats are increasing in sophistication. Breaches can cause multimillion dollar and severe reputational damage. Our global survey of CFOs finds that while most recognize that robust cybersecurity is fundamental to protecting shareholder value, a lack of understanding of IT issues can prevent CFOs from creating a mature cybersecurity capability.

Publication date: 2015-07

Cybersecurity and the connected car

Categories: All, Governance & Risk, Information Technology

We still refer to our mobiles as “phones” even though making phone calls is the very least of their functions. In the same way, we are likely to continue calling connected vehicles “cars,” even though driving as we understand it today will soon be eclipsed by a myriad other capabilities.

Publication date: 2015-07

EY Performance-The CFO and CIO: a vital partnership for success

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The CFO-CIO relationship is becoming more collaborative. It’s a critical union. But, according to our global survey of financial leaders, there are two threats to this partnership: cost discipline, rather than strategic value, still defines the IT investment mindset, and lack of mutual understanding remains a common problem.

Publication date: 2015-07

EY Performance-The retail omnichannel experience

Categories: Articles in English, Consumer Products, Information Technology, Processes, Strategy

Speaking at the recent CODE_n conference at CeBIT, EY’s Andrew Cosgrove explains the implications for companies of the “omnichannel” consumer experience.

Publication date: 2015-07

EY Performance-How to manage and grow your best customers

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If investing in customer relationships is the key to long-term, sustained profitability, how can we do it better?

Publication date: 2015-06

EY Performance-Improving IT performance in wealth management

Categories: Articles in English, Financial Services, Information Technology, Strategy

For most wealth managers, measured improvements have been made in channeling IT expenditure toward change activities.

Publication date: 2015-06

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