Less than two weeks remain until Vision 2011, “The Premier Event for Financial Management.” But there’s still time for you to register—and still time to save $200
off the onsite rate!
The Vision 2011 conference will be held from May 15-18 in Dallas, Texas. If you are a finance professional or an IT professional who supports your organization’s office of finance, you know that topics like compliance and financial governance have never been more important. Vision 2011 addresses these topics head-on, with practical strategies for addressing financial and management reporting, risk management and regulatory mandates like XBRL.
Vision 2011 is also the place to learn about the latest in new technology. You’ll see how finance professionals can use automation to improve financial transparency and perform essential tasks like planning, budgeting, forecasting, and consolidation with greater accuracy and less manual intervention. Customer presentations and breakout sessions at Vision 2011 will cover the full range of IBM solutions for the office of finance. Tracks include:
- Financial Governance--See how technology and best practices can improve the timeliness and quality of reporting, reduce risk, facilitate audits, extend ERP transactional controls and more.
- Close, Consolidation & Reporting—See how finance teams can identify gaps and opportunities in existing processes and use technology to reduce risk and optimize internal controls.
- Performance Reporting & Scorecarding—Learn how to use scorecards to quantify and communicate performance metrics and ensure that plans and processes are aligned with corporate goals and strategies.
- Planning, Analysis & Optimization—Learn how finance teams can use advanced technology and best practices such as driver-based planning and rolling forecasts to increase efficiency in resource allocations and improve decision-making.
And in case you haven’t heard, the featured keynote speaker at Vision 2011 will be Christopher Cox, the former Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Mr. Cox will discuss the forces that are driving modernization in financial reporting, as well as the implications of major legislation affecting corporate finance.
Vision 2011 also features a special invitation-only event for senior finance executives. This event, called “Leadership Exchange,” will give the leaders of your finance team an opportunity to learn how organizations are using analytics to drive success in today’s volatile economy. (Please forward this link to your finance leaders: Vision 2011 Leadership Exchange.
So don’t hesitate and don’t miss this important event. Visit the conference website
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