24 Feb

Finance Team of the Future: How to Use Your Data to Lead and Be More Resilient

Online Event


Eide Bailly webinarTo say that 2020 came with a number of surprises would be an understatement. But perhaps it is not a surprise to learn that data-driven organizations have proven to be more resilient and perform stronger during the pandemic.

To be a successful financial leader in 2021, embracing a data-focused approach to your decision making and business strategy is key. Join this Eide Bailly webinar to discover how to become a data-driven financial leader. From CFOs to accountants and controllers, they’ll outline the steps to define an effective data strategy, identify your key data sources, and provide tips to using your data effectively to drive results.

They will also share how data-driven organizations have outperformed their competition during the pandemic in decision-making, reporting to stakeholders, collaboration, and overall business agility and resilience. Please register for this free webinar at the ticket link above.

Learning Objectives:
Define what it means to be a data-driven finance team.
Outline the steps to define an effective data strategy in your organization.
Discuss how to use data analytics to drive results and aid decision making.
Identify the key phases of data maturity and good reporting.
Review real-life examples of data in action.

Nathan McMurtrey, Principal | Eide Bailly
Nathan believes that every company can be a data company. As the leader of the data analytics practice, he helps businesses reach that vision. Previously the CEO and founder of Xerva, a business intelligence company located in Orem, Utah, Nathan loves to watch data transform businesses and go from being a liability to an asset.

CPE Information
CPE Credit: 1
Field of Study: Information Technology
Level of Knowledge: Overview
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based

Additional Information: This is a Group-Internet Based Webinar. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. For information regarding refund, complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact Amy DeGeorge.