Instantly delete email threats with 365 Threat Monitor » Free Offer
Welcome Guest | Sign In
ECTNews.com
Deliver winning CX every time
E-Commerce Times TechNewsWorld CRM Buyer LinuxInsider
Discussions

E-Commerce Times Talkback

 
ECT News Community   »   E-Commerce Times Talkback   »   Re: One Year Ago: Study: CFOs Not Ready for E-Commerce



Re: One Year Ago: Study: CFOs Not Ready for E-Commerce
Posted by: ECT News 2001-07-27 18:25:46
See Full Story

According to a study released Wednesday by Andersen Consulting and the Economist
Intelligence Unit (EIU), many chief financial officers (CFOs) believe their
companies lack the necessary structure and culture to account for
e-commerce effectively.


The report, "E-Commerce and the CFO: A framework for finance
in the new economy," focuses on the impact of e-business initiatives
on corporate finance and reveals that many companies are battling to
redesign their finance functions and accounting methods.


Re: One Year Ago: Study: CFOs Not Ready for E-Commerce
Posted by: D. O'Donnell 2001-08-02 15:29:20 In reply to: ECT News
This is very informative. There is a serious lack of good research (academic or commercial) related to CFOs and e-commerce or e-business. Any other leads in this area welcome to david.odonnell@ireland.com
Jump to:
How important is social media to the success of your business?
Highly -- Social media is essential to our business model.
Somewhat -- We do see benefit from social media, but without it our operations would continue.
Minimally -- We're on social media because that's expected, though it's influence on our success is negligible.
Not at All -- Social media is not useful to our business.