A Chief Executive Group / Travelbank Whitepaper

Automating Finance

Whether it’s used for reducing human error, boosting productivity or driving down costs, automation is redefining how finance teams perform. The race to gain efficiencies has accelerated in the cost-containment environment of the past three years. A new survey conducted in partnership with Travelbank found that finance remains heavily involved in driving digital transformation. In this whitepaper, learn about the current state of automation in the finance function and how finance leaders are getting over the challenges associated with automation.

A Chief Executive Group / Travelbank Whitepaper

Expense Policies in the Age of Remove Work

Are You Risking Your Best Employees?

In partnership with Travelbank, Chief Executive Group surveyed 133 U.S. chief financial officers on how they’re handling one of today’s most nuanced business costs, employee expenses, in the age of remote work. This whitepaper explores how companies are managing expense policies in the remote environment.

Overcoming Inflation-Driven Budget Woes

At a time when commodity prices have hit a historic high and are continuing to to climb, more and more businesses are confronting an uncomfortable reality: that today’s inflationary environment will be with us for some time.

The Future of Automation and Intelligence Within Enterprise Finance

Already revolutionizing accounts payable, automation is poised for accelerated adoption across finance and accounting

How New Technologies Are Innovating Finance

Modern Finance Requires Focused Change Management

Driving Growth Through Digital Transformation

A Chief Executive Group/AWS study of 500 C-suite executives and public company board members


Identifying, Managing and Mitigating Your Risk

Upskilling and the Finance Function

A critical step in building and maintaining a high-functioning finance team

The Strategic CFO

Six Steps to Becoming a Trusted Advisor to the CEO

Financial Transformation

Why everything you know about it is wrong—and what to do about it.