COVID-19 caused unprecedented disruption in virtually every aspect of our personal and professional lives. Despite the immense and novel challenges, there are significant and exciting opportunities to pivot, transform, and become more resilient than before in 2021.
This guide is designed to help organizations navigate their unique path forward. It provides insights on new tax strategies, and debt placement options, tips for enhancing employee benefit offerings, and suggestions for inorganic growth.
When leading the finance and accounting function in today’s rapid-fire business environment, speed matters. Dynamic companies are seizing low-interest rates to pursue M&A growth. Finance teams are racing to embrace tax savings opportunities brought on by new legislation. At the same time, there are more pressing risks in the new operating environment, as information security protocols catch up to the ever-increasing use of technology, and management grapples with the ramifications of hybrid work models.
The economic rebound also makes competition for skilled, technical professionals more challenging than ever. A Robert Half report in May 2021 stated that 93% of companies say it’s challenging to find skilled staff. And according to a report from Monster, 87% of companies are struggling to close a skills gap with open positions.
No small challenge for today’s CFO. As finance teams work to become more dynamic, they are having to focus more on the big picture than ever before, which is leading to another trend – supplementing teams through co-sourcing and outsourcing. IBISWorld published a sector report in April 2021 that states that outsourcing will grow to a mammoth $143.5 billion business by 2024. What’s driving that?
Join other CFOs looking for alternate ways to maintain their core functions, while finding time and resources with the knowledge to evolve processes and systems to stage the next chapter for their company. Download the full guide to assess what ideas and solutions will benefit your company.