2020 is a big election year that promises big changes. As the new year approaches, many of you may be wondering what’s next for finance? What are the latest and greatest trends in FP&A and how is the office of finance going to transform in the future?
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Rob Kugel is the SVP & Research Director of CFO and Business Research at Ventana Research and heads up the Office of Finance and Business research focusing on the intersection of information technology with the finance organization and business. His research agenda includes the application of IT to finance and business process optimization – particularly continuous accounting and continuous planning; control systems and analytics; and price and revenue optimization. Rob has more than 30 years of experience; prior to joining Ventana Research he was an equity research analyst at several firms including First Boston Corporation, Morgan Stanley, and Drexel Burnham, and a consultant with McKinsey and Company. Rob earned his BA in Economics/Finance at Hampshire College, an MBA in Finance/Accounting at Columbia University, and is a CFA charter holder.
Grant Halloran is the Chief Executive Officer at Host Analytics. He has over 20 years of senior leadership experience in enterprise software, a career to date marked by positions where he drove high growth and global expansions. Prior to joining Host Analytics in July 2019, Grant was the EVP and Chief Commercial Officer at OmniSci, a venture-backed big data analytics company, where he oversaw sales, marketing, alliances and customer success. During his two year tenure, OmniSci tripled in revenues and employees. Before OmniSci he served on the executive team at Anaplan as well as Infor, following Infor’s acquisition of Orbis, where Grant was CEO and co-founder.
John is a 25-year veteran in the EPM, Data & Analytics industries. John has served hundreds of organizations with their strategies, processes, implementations and adoption of new solutions and capabilities to drive performance across an enterprise. John has held leadership roles at Arthur Andersen, Hyperion, Hitachi Consulting and Slalom Consulting before coming to Host Analytics to lead Global Channels and Enterprise Sales.