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In our PwC Annual CEO Survey, 81% of the participants identified technological advance as the most important challenge for businesses, greater even than demographics, climate change or the shift in the balance of global economic power.

Business continuity beyond company walls

Reliance on third parties is substantial and continues to gain momentum. Companies are becoming increasingly comfortable migrating core and strategic functions to external providers with the objectives of improving efficiency, accelerating growth, and enabling operational transformation. Do strategy execution discussions in your organization include the need to gain insight into your critical vendors' resiliency and recovery capabilities? If not, are strategic goals at risk of being derailed by an unfortunate combination of unprepared vendors and insufficient internal resiliency and contingency planning?

Information Technology is everywhere, supporting business operations but also increasingly becoming a key element in developing businesses and innovation around the world. The complex reality of the corporate landscape requires bigger efforts from enterprises to tackle the various risks associated with today’s IT environment and information.

HR data and systems: risk evaluation and management

The continuous and constant changes in business environments including new service offerings, information technology innovations and globalisation may deeply impact companies’ accountability.

In addition, employees are increasingly concerned about personal information and sensitive data. The key challenge is to mitigate the reputational, operational and regulatory risks by setting up an efficient personal data management.

Organisations might be loosing cash even through best controlled processes.

Data Management

Executives make decisions based on reports generated from different IT systems and the underlying data collected by various business lines. Several studies have shown that successful organisations invest in developing their capacities to use and analyse the huge amount of data they store in their systems. Today, effective and consistent data collection, maintenance, manipulation, analysis and reporting are among the key success factors of each organisation.

Finance Function Effectiveness

As a CFO, Finance Director or Compliance Officer, you have to face a complex, constantly changing business environment. Your growth and cost management strategies need to be supported by a flexible Finance Function. Making sure that your finance departments deliver transparent, efficient, forward-looking insight, while at the same time they manage risk and ensure compliance, effectively deploy and allocate resources is your daily objective.

Version française: Efficacité de la Fonction Finance