Technology has been steadily reshaping the role of the CFO. And if the last 18 months are any indication, digital fluency will become a post-pandemic must.

The pandemic was a blow to every company. But the ones that had the virtual technologies needed to communicate, collaborate, and automate business processes successfully were in far better shape to navigate the necessary remote work situation. Those were the companies that sent out invoices without interruption, collected payments without pause, and whose CFOs made insightful decisions and quickly reacted to a most unpredictable situation.

The status of each company’s business process automation did not go unnoticed. As a result, many CEOs and business owners are now looking for a CFO that fills yesterday’s traditional role and tomorrow’s tech-savvy one.

The need for digital technology started way before COVID. But the impact of the pandemic has emphasized the need for digital transformation and elevated the necessity of a digitally fluent CFO. One who can demonstrate mastery with artificial intelligence, automation, the Internet of Things, cloud, and data management.

The last year has fundamentally reshaped the CFO position. And those who are innovative with their company’s financial planning, analysis, budgeting, and forecasting will be highly sought after.

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