April 28, 2022 | 2:00 - 2:50 pm ET

How Real-Time Visibility and Automation Power the Modern Finance Leader

No executive is going through a bigger change than the modern finance leader. A role that used to be focused on FP&A and cost control is now becoming a strategic business advisor that influences transformational, company-wide decisions. This requires you to move quickly and allocate more time to strategic initiatives. 

By automating manual processes and gaining real-time visibility across every dollar spent, finance leaders can scale with ease while empowering yourr teams with modern tools that drive efficiency.

Join StrategicCFO360 on April 28, 2:00 – 2:50 pm ET, for an interactive discussion with G2’s VP of Finance, Joe Stuckel, and TripActions’ EVP of Finance and Corporate Controller, Ram Bartov.


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Ram Bartov

Chief Accounting Officer, TripActions

As Chief Accounting Officer, Ram oversees all the accounting functions, procurement and payroll for TripActions. Prior to TripActions Ram has successfully guided teams to scale in hyper growth environments where he served as VP Finance, Corporate Controller at Snowflake, Chief Accounting Officer and interim CFO at Talend and various leadership roles in companies that span the software, hardware and medical device industries. Ram is a CPA and started his Career in KPMG, Tel-Aviv. Ram, his wife and two kids reside in Redwood City, CA.

Joe Stuckel

VP of Finance, G2

Joe Stuckel is VP, Head of Finance for G2, the world’s largest tech marketplace where businesses can discover, review, and manage their technology to reach their potential. Prior to his current role, Joe was G2’s Controller and Senior accountant. Other past experiences include BDO and Cleversafe.

Joe is a registered CPA and earned a Bachelors and Masters in Accounting from Northern Illinois University. He is an active member of the Next Series Club as well as the group lead for Chicago Ventures Finance and Strategy meetups.


Emily DeNitto

Emily DeNitto

Managing Editor, StrategicCFO360

 Emily DeNitto is Executive Editor of Chief Executive Group and Editor of StrategicCFO360, StrategicCIO360 and StrategicCHRO360. Previously she was Executive Editor of Worth Media, Managing Editor of Crain’s New York Business and a restaurant reviewer for The New York Times.

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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit; Field of Study: Business Management & Organization

Please note that this is a Group Internet Based offering. The program level of this session is basic with no prerequisites or advance preparation required. In order to be awarded the full credits, you must respond to at least one polling question during the session.

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