Tagged: Data Science

How finance drives accountability in a big-data era: PayPal experience

Posted on April 22, 2016 by Leapros Finance & Accounting · Analytics · Big Data · Data Science · Financial Planning · FP&A

While Finance with Internet companies serve a similar goal as it does with a traditional corporate, it has its unique approach to realize the goal. This presentation discusses how finance helps drive accountability in a big data environment. The presentation also discusses how finance operates in such two different environments, how PayPal finance try to understand the key drivers to the financial performance and build analytical and reporting models to help drive accountabilities.

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Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey 2016

Posted on April 22, 2016 by Leapros Human Resources · Information Technology · Analytics · Big Data · Data Science · Data Visualization · FP&A

According to EY’s 2016 Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey, internal fraud risk is the top concern among surveyed executives, followed by cyber breach and insider threat.

6 highest-paying executive jobs in tech

Posted on April 22, 2016 by Leapros Information Technology · Analytics · Big Data · Data Science · Job Search

If you’re in the tech industry, you probably know that your skills are in high demand. And that demand has spurred an increase in average salaries — especially for these six high-paying executive roles.

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Why some CIOs are taking on customer advisory roles

Posted on April 22, 2016 by Leapros Information Technology · Big Data · Data Science · Innovation

CIOs are taking on customer-facing positions, which companies are creating to get a better handle on how to better grow their digital businesses.

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How CIOs can deliver a breakthrough business transformation

Posted on March 29, 2016 by Leapros Information Technology · Big Data · Data Science

Reasons why transformations falter and three things a CIO can do about it.

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