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Preparing for What Comes Next After COVID-19

Collaborative Commerce and the Post-Pandemic New Normal

COVID-19 has dramatically accelerated the rate at which B2B companies are embracing digitization. With some companies even choosing to close their offices and operate completely remote long-term, it’s clear that businesses’ ability to operate digitally will be a determining factor in their success even long after the pandemic. A critical aspect of this digital shift is how B2B businesses will manage the order-to-cash cycle in this new digital environment. In this webinar, you’ll learn what “collaborative commerce” is and how it will play a defining role in how businesses successfully navigate the new normal.

Post-Pandemic Planning

Let's face it, we are all tired of reacting to COVID and the turmoil it brought to our lives and our organizations. And yet smart leaders know that now is not the time to sit back and relax - there are opportunities to be found and leveraged! Now is the time to be proactively planning for success. This session will explain how you can use FACTS: future vision, agility, creativity, training, and short-term focus to achieve post-pandemic success.

Panel Discussion: How to Prepare Finance and Accounting Teams for Success in a Post-Pandemic World

To adapt to remote work and new safety concerns due to the coronavirus pandemic, many companies quickly pivoted to be able to run their business digitally. When the dust finally settles after the pandemic, the regular course of business will not go back to what it was before March 2020. COVID-19 exposed the deficiencies of manual and paper-based finance processes: inefficient, costly, and providing minimal visibility into operations. Join our panel of industry experts as they share their predictions on which outcomes from the pandemic will become permanent fixtures of doing business and why embracing digitization now is the key for businesses’ survival.

Better, Faster, Stronger: Future-Proofing Your Finance Organization

Risk, Cost, and Cash Management for Controllers and Financial Managers

When an organization fails, it is usually due to several factors. These often result from a number of undetected, poor practices that infect and grow throughout the entire organization. They can include a lack of understanding of costs, poor asset allocation, systems that support the status quo, failure to identify risk, tunnel vision by management, and so on. Often, management will repeat poor practices across the enterprise. For example, do you think a so-called "budgeting crisis" is normally due to the budget, or actually hidden, existing problems that were uncovered due to the budgeting process?

How to Create Better Payment Experiences in B2B

B2B buyers increasingly expect to be able to pay the same way they do in their lives as consumers: online and in real-time. But with operations that still rely on paper checks in many cases, B2B payments and accounts receivable have not yet caught up to these expectations. Change is coming, however, with the pandemic having forced many businesses to digitize their payments as a matter of survival. In this webinar, you’ll learn what the final stretch of digitizing B2B payments is and how embedding payment processing within your existing systems can create a more seamless experience for your customers. 

Panel Discussion: Empowering Finance and Accounting Teams of the Future

If the past year can be said to have any silver linings, one would be the perspective we’ve all gained on the way we work. With many businesses accelerating digitization efforts over the last year, employees are realizing opportunities to shift their time away from manual tasks to focus on high-value work. Team leaders now also recognize that their employees can work just as effectively when remote. These discoveries will have plenty of implications for how teams navigate returning to office—if at all. Join our panel of industry experts as they discuss the secrets behind leading highly effective finance and accounting teams in the new normal. 

The Strategy Behind the Modern Finance Organization

The Evolving Role of the CFO

As businesses grappled with the effects of the pandemic over the last year, CEOs found themselves leaning on the insight of their CFOs even more than before. Beyond overseeing the course of day-to-day accounting operations, finance leaders are acting as important strategic partners, focusing on the business more widely. In playing this role, it’s important that CFOs and other senior finance leaders present financial reporting in a way that’s easy for those outside of the finance organization to understand and gain insight from. In this webinar, you’ll learn about the technologies senior finance leaders are using to present data in a compelling way and how technology has transformed the CFO function more generally.

How To Make Your ERP the Single Source of Truth for Finance

When important information resides across multiple systems, you lose data integrity. And when that data is used to make important financial decisions, you need to know that you can rely on it. For any accounting automation solution you bring on, integrating it effectively with your ERP helps ensure your finance team (and anyone they provide reporting to) is accessing the same single source of truth. In this webinar, join our experts as they discuss the ins and outs of successfully integrating your systems and how to build on your capabilities to get a holistic picture of all your accounts receivable.

Collaborate With Your Customers to Transform Your Accounts Receivable

With COVID-19 having slowed sales and cash flow for many companies, CFOs have begun looking for sustainable approaches to encourage on-time or early payments. Many companies have taken the first step and automated their accounts receivable processes, ultimately improving efficiency through lower headcount. However, a lean and efficient organization does not guarantee better receivables performance. Instead, organizations should think more holistically about how they bill and collect and start focusing on their customers.