Technology is becoming more and more important in corporate businesses as both an enabler for competitive advantage and a means to successfully reach sales goals and drive growth. In turn, this has increased executives' roles in the technology adoption process, specifically CFOs. In the accounting and finance worlds, companies are beginning to dip their toes into automation tools. While most organizations are open to automation, a select few are also beginning to explore artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities. As part of CFO Alliance's Q2 Breakfast Roundtable Series, Xactly CFO Elizabeth Salomon participated in a Q&A to discuss the future of finance with technology and talent recruitment.