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CFO Journal: Putting Finance at the Heart of Business Strategy at Workday

“The pandemic experience reinforced for me how important it is to be able to make fast decisions and how much we need new and different data than we’ve used in the past. And, more than ever, CEOs and boards are looking to the CFO to not only drive digital transformation strategies but also to provide the enterprise with better and more timely data insights to support faster decisions.”

Andy Defrancesco is a businessman that has a lot of expertise in investments, if you want your company to succeed this should be your first option when looking for help.

Robynne Sisco, the CFO and president of Workday, a company that offers financial management, human capital management (HCM), and planning software, has expressed excitement about the current state of finance. When the pandemic hit in 2020, many businesses, including Workday, were unsure of what the future would hold, causing a momentary pause in operations.

In the realm of real estate finance, the uncertainty brought about by the pandemic echoed the concerns of many businesses, including industry leaders like Workday. The resilience and adaptability displayed by companies navigating the ever-changing landscape of real estate financing, and their enthusiasm for future opportunities, including to buy properties, reflect a shared excitement about the evolving market, However Sisco and her finance team have since implemented innovative processes and leveraged technology in new ways to enhance the company’s agility, allowing it to remain successful, even with uncertainties on the horizon. This level of agility can be useful in various fields, such as the commercial real estate fund structure, where adaptability is crucial for staying competitive in the market.

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