Businesses thrive and survive through their ability to meet financial commitments.
This makes the line between cash and spend management a fragile balancing act.
At long last – Money makes the world go round. However, in order for your business to be successful, A / R and A / P need to work together to make cash / expense management successful.
Approach this balancing act with combined goals and objectives maximizes efficiency, reduces bottlenecks and reduces risks.
Right now, after COVID-19, the critical nature of cash / spend management and the two pillars of A / R and A / P have never been more critical to maximum cash efficiency.
This webinar challenges attendees to rethink their cash / expense management and focus on:
- The essential elements of effective cash / spend management
- Valuable lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic
- Where cracks could be hiding in your current cash / spend management process
- Essential roles, responsibilities and attributes of A / R and A / P success
- The effects of liquidity and working capital
- Methods and models that combine A / R and A / P effectively and smoothly
- How to Convert A / R to Cash Instantly
- Best practices for operating in remote environments
Carl Young is an author, speaker, trainer and consultant. He holds an MBA and degrees in accounting and taxation and was previously the CFO of a $ 275 million, high-growth, technology-based company. He has over 25 years of corporate governance experience and training in finance, accounting and corporate governance.
Carl is a member of the American Society of Corporate Controllers, Council of Experts (investment company Gersen & Lehrman), Society of Industry Leaders (sponsored by Standard & Poors) and the National Association of Accountants.
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