Scaling Growth Through Cash Visibility & Forecasting

7.25.2019
1PM CST

Accelerating Cash Collection & Reconciliation of Receipts and Disbursements

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Globalization means increased regulations, a growing number of banks and bank portals, various currencies and exchange rates, and different rules for how to expatriate cash. To succeed in this environment, information on cash positions and cash forecasts must flow faster and with deeper insight. Organizations now require improved visibility into their consolidated assets – foreign and domestic, across banks and investments.  

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to automate acceleration of cash collection, improve the timeliness, and reduce the expense and error rate associated with reconciliation of receipts and disbursements. We'll outline the many ways that integration can help dramatically improve visibility, reduce labor costs and ultimately make cash forecasting faster and more accurate.  

Join international banking and integration expert Steve Scala to uncover ways to optimize global cash management and visibility with your existing ERP to ensure scalable future growth.

Guest Speaker

Steve Scala
Steve Scala
EVP of Corporate Development at DiCentral

With over 30 years of experience, Scala is an expert in B2B Cloud and SaaS based business models with a focus on supply chain collaboration and issues associated with inventory, invoicing, payments, global transport, cash management, implementing new business models such as globalization or adoption of omni-channel strategies and just in time manufacturing.

Before DiCentral, he worked at IBM, General Electric, and GXS where he held roles in M&A, strategy, engineering, sales, marketing, and general management.

Scala received a B.S. in management information systems from Southern New Hampshire University and a M.S. in management science from the University of South Florida.

 

Agenda

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Cash Management
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Advantages of Corporate to Bank Integration
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Integrated Receivables
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Visibility and Reporting

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