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On Demand

Exploring AI Use Cases within the Office of the CFO

Event Details
Mar 20, 2024   – 
On Demand, 61 minutes

In today's rapidly evolving financial landscape, the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) applications in the office of the CFO, and in particular financial planning & analysis (FP&A), has become increasingly widespread. But because it is such a new and developing technology, there are still many questions around choosing the best use cases for AI, how best to get started, and what to consider when incorporating AI.  

This webinar explores the transformative impact that AI is having on current financial processes through key themes, such as productivity, risk reduction, and prescriptive insights. The session concludes with a discussion on initiating an AI strategy and an examination of the potential risks associated with AI.  

Webinar attendees can expect to:

  • Examine the modernization of FP&A processes through AI, covering budgeting, forecasting, and scenario planning, as well as expediting break resolution in reconciliation processes.
  • Explore efficiency gains through AI automation which enables greater focus on value-add activities and analysis.
  • Understand how machine learning-driven anomaly detection in transactional data contributes to risk reduction and discover how AI provides intelligent insights.
  • Learn the steps and considerations for adopting an AI strategy. 

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Hassan Qasim, Product Marketing Manager, Prophix Software

Hassan Qasim

Product Marketing Manager, Prophix Software

Hassan is a strategic and results-oriented professional, who brings over 10 years of combined experience across accounting, product marketing, product planning and software consulting to his role as Product Marketing Manager at Prophix Software. His wealth of expertise spans various industries including insurance, banking, fund administration, and fintech. Hassan holds an MBA in Strategic Management and is passionate about exploring the dynamic intersection of technology and finance.  

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