Nick Ezzo

A marketing strategist with two decades of tech marketing experience and a passion for improving the lives of finance people, Nick heads corporate marketing and demand generation for Auditoria.AI.

Why CFOs Can’t Automate Relationships: A Sit Down with Janelle Gorman

I recently sat down with Janelle Gorman, the CFO of York IE, an investment firm helping reshape how today's companies are built, scaled, and monetized. 

We dove into several trending topics during the conversation, from the power of data to the rise of robots. Janelle shared her thoughts on finance and accounting's evolving role, describing how a high-performing back-office team can fuel the growth of companies of all sizes.

Auditoria.AI and BrainSell Team Up to Transform Corporate Finance

This week, Auditoria announced a new partnership with BrainSell. If you haven’t heard of ...

Come See Auditoria at Sage Intacct Advantage 2020!

Next week marks the start of the first virtual Sage Intacct Advantage Conference, the premier...

Putting CFOs in the Driver’s Seat With Hyperautomation

The world we live in now is much different than it was six months ago: a globally distributed...

Forging Ahead: How John Fernandez Builds Rock Solid Finance Teams

A Conversation with John Fernandez of ForgeRock.

Earlier this year, I had the chance to chat...

A Fresh Take From Tyler Sloat: Audits, Errors, & Retaining Top Talent

A Conversation with Tyler Sloat of Freshworks.

Earlier this year, I sat down with Tyler Sloat,...

What Does Finance Look Like in the Year 2040?

A conversation with R "Ray" Wang of Constellation Research.

Earlier this year, I sat down with R...

Auditoria 2020 Survey: Automation in ERP and the Finance Back Office

"Finance people have been left behind by automation."

I've been saying it for years.  I...

5 Key Findings from the 2020 Auditoria.AI Survey of ERP & Automation

I've noticed something about people.  Practically everyone I've ever met is walking around with...

Video: Finance Automation and the Self-Driving Finance Back Office

Every time I sit down to interview someone, I'm astonished at the unexpected answers I get.

A...