CPA Australia

COVID-19 has helped organisations around the world to achieve in a few months what might have taken years in a non-pandemic world: Accelerate their adoption of digital solutions and processes.

AS finance teams emerge as a driving force for digital transformation, businesses are increasingly incorporating data and digitalisation solutions into their finance processes to get better...

ACCORDING to Ho Yew Kee, associate provost (SkillsFuture), Singapore Institute of Technology, organisations seeking to transform their finance function must first assess the digital gaps and...

Not too long ago, you were possibly called a “bean counter” if you were working in accounting or finance and your job was considered “boring”, “routine” and “desk bound”. A lot has changed.

In today's fast-moving business world, accountants must continually keep up to date with the latest developments affecting their roles and their clients' businesses.

In this fast-paced age of digital disruption, it pays to brush up on your skills as a finance professional in order to remain relevant and stand out from the pack.

A decade on from the advent of the sharing economy, the concept is undergoing a re-invention of sorts. 

Earlier this year, an Oxford Insights study ranked Singapore first globally for Artificial Intelligence (AI) readiness.

The familiar headwinds of global trade tensions, China’s domestic slowdown, and other geopolitical concerns such as Brexit and hotspots in the Middle East have dented consumer confidence and...

For businesses to success in any competitive market they need to be focused on value creation for stakeholders and provide that value in a differentiated way.