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The Coronavirus Response: What’s Next for Finance?

Nilly Essaides

Right now, many finance functions are scrambling to cope. But the coronavirus outbreak and its human and economic repercussions will stay with us for some time, from weeks to months. So, finance executives must also be thinking ahead, into April and beyond. Practices, protocols and processes deployed now may last as the economy recovers and […]

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The Urgent Need for Greater Finance Agility

Nilly Essaides

The rapid spread of Covid-19 is forcing companies to make and execute decisions at record speed. Finance must be as agile as possible to support the C-suite in this unprecedented period of uncertainty. However, our data shows that only 16% of finance organizations meet management expectations regarding their response to disruptive or unforeseen major events […]

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2020 Disrupted: Five Essential Actions To Take Now

Chris Brennan, Angela Caswell-LaPierre, Sean Kracklauer

Download PDF Version The global coronavirus pandemic has produced a humanitarian crisis unlike anything we have ever seen, with sudden and dramatic disruption across all industries and markets. One thing is clear: Companies must respond effectively moment to moment as they receive insights with each news cycle. They must also be prepared to act swiftly […]

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IT essential workers exempt from Massachusetts stay-at-home order

Rick Pastore

In Massachusetts, the Governor has ordered nonessential businesses closed and workers to stay home beginning March 24. There is a specific exception list for IT, which we believe to be useful to IT orgs in other states that may face a similar order in the near future. Workers who support command centers, including, but not […]

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