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CFO Insights — Three ways to strengthen the CFO-CIO partnership

Published on: May 05, 2016

With technology playing a larger role in driving company value and competitive advantage, it is more important than ever that CFOs collaborate closely and effectively with CIOs. Yet, in a poll taken during a recent Deloitte webcast, fewer than one-third of respondents said the CIO and CFO at their company share a strong partnership characterized by mutual understanding.

Despite the challenges, CFOs and CIOs can improve their ability to align IT investment with strategic growth plans and business performance if they strengthen their partnership.

This issue discusses three actions critical to realizing a stronger CFO-CIO partnership – and those priorities: achieve mutual understanding, establish effective communications, and identify opportunities to collaborate on delivering value to the business.


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