Key Trends in 2017: Working Capital & Accounts Receivable
Date: Thursday, February 23, 2017
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
Many organizations still continue to struggle with fragmented accounts receivable information and processes. Improving that process through technology and best practices can help inform business decisions across the company’s functions and lead to stronger financial performance.
Join this complimentary webcast to hear how leading companies have already adopted an integrated receivables solution and learn how you can quantitatively build the case to do the same.
Attendees will learn how integrating receivables by combining payment channels and instruments:
- Improves efficiency and maximizes revenues
- Increases working capital visibility and accelerates access to that working capital
- More accurately forecasts cash
- Drastically reduces exceptions
- Improves customer experience, and
- Better manages compliance
- Rod Springhetti
- VP - Product Management
- WAUSAU, a Deluxe company
Rod Springhetti joined Deluxe in January 2015 as VP Product Management. Prior to joining Deluxe, Rod’s entrepreneurial interests had been applied in the start-up community advising new founders and feasibility testing a few new concepts in the payments space. Rod has over 25 years of service in payment technology and processing companies that range from large firms such as IBM and Fiserv to smaller firms such as Check Solutions, Carreker and CheckFree. Having developed finance industry specialization and expertise in strategic planning, program and product management, business development and technology & operations, Rod was leveraged to turnaround and grow business units as well as large scale projects.
- Larry Buettner
- Senior Vice President - Innovation
- WAUSAU – a Deluxe Company
Larry Buettner is a senior vice president with Wausau Financial Systems, a Deluxe Corporation company, and is responsible for new product innovation. His previous experience includes: President of Anexsys, which developed and operated the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) for the Internal Revenue Service , SVP of treasury and trade finance services for First National Bank of Chicago;; and CIO for Wheels, Inc., a major fleet leasing company. As an industry consultant, he has worked with top ten treasury services banks, commodities exchanges and global transfer agents. He has been with Wausau for the last six years.
Larry is a native New Yorker, who now calls Chicago home for the last 35 years. He received his bachelor degree cum laude and master of business administration from St. John’s University in New York. He is a Cub’s fan who hopes to see them win the World Series, in his lifetime.
- Meg Waters
- Treasury & Risk
Meg Waters is the editor in chief of Treasury & Risk. She is the former editor in chief of BPM Magazine and the former managing editor of Business Finance.