To get strategic, treasurers are going to have to take on so many new responsibilities they no longer look like treasurers
By Russ Banham|October 01, 2005 at 08:00 PM
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Robert Warren is the treasurer and then some at Diebold Inc. In addition to his customary duties, Warren has responsibility for enterprise risk management; the order-to-cash function; consumer financing; captive leasing; corporate taxes; real estate; environmental programs; the shared service center for contract administration; data management; and credit and collections. He expects to head up the company’s global shared service center when that project begins next year. And on the side, he is in charge of Diebold’s used equipment sales.
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