Use this e-book to analyze the ROI of AI-enabled Cash Forecasting to drive better investment decisions.
Executive management views successful projects as either making money, saving money,
or strengthening an existing initiative. Persuasive arguments for technology investments should be framed in these terms. Unfortunately, departments often attempt to convince management to fund automation projects based upon statements such as these:
Each one of these “rationales” for bringing in an automated system carries with it an element of subjectivity which can be negated either through more objective thinking or a difference of opinion. For example, the complaint of being stretched thin will most likely be countered by a statement of “you need to do a better job of managing the workload across your department.”
CFOs are often the primary decision maker and are concerned with how to “do more with less.” This translates into two important performance indicators:reducing costs and
increasing cash flow.