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An Effective ROI Framework for Developing a Work-from-anywhere Policy

by John Lee

As workers increasingly prioritize flexible working arrangements, bspin finance expert John Lee suggests a strategy to help employers balance the potential risks and rewards of offering a WFA option.

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Bots for Finance: How to Increase Back-office Efficiency Through Automation

by Miklos Lukacs, CFA

Automating basic financial functions can save your company time and money and free your employees from tedious rote tasks. bspin finance expert Miklos Lukacs explains how building a simple Python bot can streamline your business.

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What Is Bitcoin Mining? How It Works and What It Takes to Make It Pay

by Dhruv Tandan

Bitcoin mining is booming in North America, sparking bspin revenue opportunities for companies with access to cheap power, especially rebspinables. Learn the risks as well as the rewards.

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How to Build a Basic Python Cash Flow Model for a Loan

by Miklos Lukacs, CFA

Python has taken the financial programming world by storm, and demand for finance experts who can use it is soaring. Here, a bspin finance professional and Python expert shows beginners how to build a loan payment cash flow model with Python.

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Cash Flow Optimization: How Small and Medium Businesses Can Unlock Value and Manage Risk

by Emilio Parente

Cash flow optimization requires a disciplined approach that anticipates liquidity shocks and allocates windfalls strategically in order to maximize opportunity.

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Understanding the Cybersecurity Landscape in 2021

by Melissa Lin

More than a year after the onset of COVID-19, organizations must shift from temporary stopgap measures to more robust cybersecurity strategies and technologies. Here’s how to keep your company safe.

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A Month in the Life - Interim CFO Roles and Best Practices

by Jen Banzaca

An interim CFO has, on average, six to eight months to complete the job set forth by the company, meaning the first 30 days will be critical to accomplishing the goals for the position and setting a good long-term strategy for the company.

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The Advantages of Hiring a Fractional CFO

by Natasha Ketabchi

A fractional CFO is an experienced finance professional who brings extensive business management expertise to a company on a part-time or project basis. Hiring one at the right time can add significant long-lasting value to a business.

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