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string(14) "Business Email"
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string(76) "When is your company planning to evaluate Accounting/ERP software solutions?"
string(76) "When is your company planning to evaluate Accounting/ERP software solutions?"
string(56) "What Accounting/ERP system are you currently running on?"
string(56) "What Accounting/ERP system are you currently running on?"
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string(78) "Yes, send me marketing communications on Oracle Products, Services and Events."
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The role of the CFO has transformed from that of a historical record keeper to a forward-looking strategist. While historical financial metrics will always be important to management and investors, new data science tools and methodologies can and should be applied to business data to extract greater value.

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