CIOs and other technology leaders have often complained that other c-level leaders don't value technology and undercut IT's value to the enterprise. However, a new study shows that chief financial officers (CFO) realize that technology is not only important for the CFO, but it is also vital to the success of the business.

The study, titled The CFO as Catalyst for Change , found that CFOs know that newer technologies are needed for their own job, disruptive technology can be a growth enabler and that organizations need to shift away from IT maintenance and integration issues and focus on technology as an innovation. Oracle and Accenture co-sponsored a global research study with Longitude Research and interviewed 930 CFOs from a variety of industries. Read full story on Wall Street & Technology


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