Rob Hull was a chief financial officer who figured there must be a better way to run a business than constructing annual Excel-based budgets. So, he started his own company to make it happen.
Australian online consumers show little interest in their finances and don’t engage much with financial institutions, or seek out financial advice, despite the wider availability of digital money management tools, according to a newly published study from Forrester Research.
All companies, especially those seeking rapid growth or to disrupt the “industry” face two basic issues - scarcity of funding and a shortage of human capital. Yet human resources (HR) and the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) have historically not worked collaboratively to solve these issues. One believes “cash is king” and the other “People are our greatest asset”.
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