EDUCATIONAL SPONSORED WEBINAR:
Closing the Gap Between Finance and Operations with Next Generation Planning and Analytics
Finance teams, like their counterparts in IT, HR and Marketing, are undergoing a significant change driven by new technologies. The emergence of big data, mobile, social, and predictive analytics brings promise and potential. It also brings new pressure to answer questions that are impossible to explore with most existing financial planning and analysis processes and technologies.
This webinar presents real-world examples and provides a direct playbook for building a next generation planning atmosphere and unifying finance and operations.
After watching this webinar, you will be able to:
- Recognize the significant Finance team changes driven by technology.
- Identify how the emergence of big data, mobile, social, and predictive analytics are changing finance.
- List real-world examples and provide a direct playbook for building a next generation planning atmosphere and unifying finance and operations.
VP Finance and Operations, Tidemark
Colby Moosman joined Tidemark in November 2013 after more than four years at American Airlines, where he advanced through a series of crucial Finance roles. While there, he directed financial planning and analysis activities during the airline's Chapter 11 bankruptcy and developed an innovative corporate planning concept that resulted in the largest commercial aircraft order in history, a critical step in American Airlines' turnaround. He also led restructuring-driven "fresh start" valuations and the accounting team's merger integration efforts. Colby holds a MBA and master's degree in Accounting from Southern Methodist University's Cox School of Business. He also holds a bachelor's degree in Finance from Louisiana State University.
John has been CFO at four technology companies, a finance executive at Cardinal Health, and in multiple roles at AlliedSignal and Cisco Systems. John has raised over $100M in equity capital and debt and has played central roles in numerous buy and sell-side transactions for both public and private companies. As COO at two companies, John also ran Engineering, Manufacturing and Customer Service operations. He has also founded, invested in and been a board member or advisor of a number of companies. John has a B.A. in Economics from Connecticut College and an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.