5 ways that CFOs create value in their organisation

5 ways that CFOs create value in their organisation

The role of a CFO is a highly prized one and one that carries significant cache within any company. It is one of the few positions that cover a broad scope of responsibilities both at a strategic level and within the lower day-to-day perspectives of running the FP&A activities. As such, a CFO’s focus can easily slide if they don’t have a clear understanding of what the priorities are and how they’re driving real value in the company.

In this article, we’re going to explore 5 key ways that CFOs create value – and how the various Apliqo solutions can accelerate them.

Workforce Attrition Modelling

Workforce attrition modelling

When you’re embarking on a long-term mission with your company, one of the most common challenges that you face is the impact of staff turnover. With every change in your team comes reduced continuity, increased training costs, and a risk that a misguided replacement hire can slow down growth and progress. However, this is not a risk that you can ever eliminate because some level of staff turnover is unavoidable. The only thing you can do is manage it as effectively as you can.

Let’s explore what that looks like in the context of the modern business environment.

Shape the perspective of your storytelling with data

Shape the perspective of your data storytelling

The ability to rapidly synthesize and respond to financial and operational data is not just an advantage, it’s a necessity. Decision-makers across large organizations count on insightful reports that are predicated on detailed, bottom-up data to guide their strategic moves. Only through sophisticated reporting and analytics capabilities, we can truly discern the signal amid the noise.

How to stay on top of your private market investments

Private Market Investments

Institutional assets tend to have sophisticated tools in place to manage the liquid assets in their portfolios but these don’t transfer well to the unique needs of private market investments because they provide little to no flexibility in terms of addressing the specific challenges that come with illiquid assets.

In this article, we are going to explore the unique aspects of this opaque asset class and show how an analytical portfolio management solution can support investors in making decisions that are backed by real data and models.

Integrating ESG reporting into your FP&A workflows

Integrating ESG reporting into your FP&A workflows

One of the defining business trends of the past decade has been the renewed energy and momentum behind sustainability in all its forms. With mounting public pressure and more socially and environmentally conscious investors entering the market – it is no longer acceptable to run a business with a shareholder-only lens. Modern companies must embrace the fact that their operations also impact a wide range of other stakeholders whose interests must be taken into account.