It takes a CFO to know a CFO — or does it? Join Skip as he shares the latest chapter of a dual career as CFO of a late-stage firm (3VR) and a managing partner for CFO search juggernaut Hardesty LLC.
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“By nature, I’m an analytical person, and I adopted the philosophy that you analyze the business as you would analyze financial statements.”
“Our utilization of cash is rather high, and working capital and operating capital are what we watch. At the same time, we have morphed into much more of a software company, and it’s this software that enables us to extract information from video and create dashboards and provide information that gives big retailers the ability to analyze customer behavior.”
“These days, boards want to be able to predict the bumps in the road. So the ability to provide information that is reliable and allows firms to predict what’s ahead is what is first and foremost with boards. Second, they like versatility. They want executives who — like athletes — can play several positions. And a finance accounting background is very important.”
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