Past, Present and Future The Digital CFO

Speakers

Sashi Narahari

Founder & CEO,
HighRadius

Tiger Tyagarajan

President and CEO,
Genpact

Michael van der Steen

VP, Global Order To Cash,
adidas

Transcript

[00:00:00]Anchor: This next group of panelists is going to talk about the evolution and past, present, and future of the digital CFO. So I'm very excited to have up on stage and first introduce Tiger Tyagarajan, President and CEO of Genpact. Welcome, Tiger. And last but not least, we have Sashi Narahari, Founder and CEO of HighRadius. And finally, up on stage, we'd like to welcome back Greg Leiter, Senior Director Analyst from Gartner. Thank you so much for joining us, gentlemen. [00:00:52] Greg Leiter: So let's talk about the past first and maybe the first question is for Tiger. A really difficult question is how did you get your name, Tiger? Tiger Tyagarajan: Oh, it's a very difficult question. It goes back to when I was 4 years old. My name was very difficult to pronounce even by my friends in India where I was growing up. We went to an English class. We studied the- poem ‘Tiger Tiger Burning Bright’ by William Blake. We came out of the class, my friends looked at me and said, “We're going to call you Tiger because we can't pronounce your name.” And it stuck. Greg Leiter: Fantastic. You’ve been associated with…

What you'll learn

Most CFOs are moving from being the chief accountant to strategic enabler and the CEO’s key partner. This fire-side chat between Sashi Narahari (HighRadius CEO), Tiger Tyagarajan (Genpact), Michael van der Steen (adidas), and moderated by Greg Leiter (Gartner) will see them discussing how artificial intelligence is changing the CFO narrative in predicting business risks and business optimization.

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