Webinar: Connecting CFOs and CPOs Through Unified Analytics


Historically there has been plenty of discussion around the subject of the – let’s say – ‘strained’ relationship between CFOs and CPOs. We all know that the functions have a lot in common: both have the company’s bottom line interests at heart; both want to report savings; both want to align to strategic goals; both want better value for spend etc, yet they seem to keep each other at arms’ length and speak completely different languages. What results could the business see if the two actually worked in harmony?

Well – here’s a webinar that will discuss just that.

Rosslyn Analytics, a global “data tech” solutions company that helps organisations create business value by accessing complex data and turning it into meaningful information, has teamed up with Spend Matters Netherlands to address the challenge of “Connecting CFOs and CPOs through unified analytics.”

Paul Cook, VP Global Sales of Rosslyn Analytics, will share his experience of helping organisations to perform better and faster by exploiting data analytics, and Gert van der Heijden, Editor, Spend Matters Netherlands, will share his knowledge of finance and procurement. Together they will discuss how closer collaboration between the CPO and CFO can deliver greater value to the wider business and how they can stay aligned by using analytics to deliver tangible results. They will be joined by Han Kieftenbeld, an experienced international CFO and CPO as a special guest.

The webinar promises to be an interesting and informative discussion, covering:

  • Why best-in-class companies have an integrated finance and procurement organisation
  • How analytics are serving to unify, align and support finance and procurement
  • Five examples of how shared data is benefiting finance and procurement teams
  • Practical examples of what CFOs and CPOs can do to improve collaboration


If you’d like to hear more or join the discussion – and we hope you can – you can register here “Connecting CFOs and CPOs through unified analytics,” for Wednesday, November 4, 11:00am – 12:00pm  EST (US) and 4:00pm – 5:00pm GMT (UK).

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