Webinar: Managing a Treasury in Transition | July 21

Webinar: Managing a Treasury in Transition | July 21

Companies grow and change at different rates. During growth phases, companies can reach a number of transition points where the adoption of new processes is an absolute necessity. Treasury has to both rise and adapt to meet the evolving needs of the organization.

As a company scales, developments need to be made across a number of areas. These include 1) relationships, 2) structures, 3) technology, 4) staffing, and 5) processes. This session will explore how treasury professionals can recognize points of transformation and opportunities to benefit their organization.

Whether you are relatively new to treasury or a seasoned treasury veteran, this session will deepen your understanding of:

• Key indicators that drive transformation (complexity and size)
• How treasury processes need to shift as an organization scales
• Technology that supports visibility, efficiency, and control
• Measurements your team should consider for KPIs
• What your treasury department could and should look like
• Best practices that need to be considered

Webinar: Optimizing Bank Relationships and Operational Efficiency | June 7

Webinar: Optimizing Bank Relationships and Operational Efficiency | June 7

In this webinar, Tracey Knight, the VP of Client Success at Trovata, and Craig Jeffery, Managing Partner of Strategic Treasurer, will discuss strategies and methods you can use to streamline bank account management, optimizing both relationships and operational activity in the face of complexity and growth. By leveraging automation technology to consolidate cash balances and transactions into a unified platform, your treasury can achieve greater operational efficiency and understanding of cash flows while better allocating spend.

Webinar: Securing Payments: Adapting to Old Challenges and New Threats | April 21

Webinar: Securing Payments: Adapting to Old Challenges and New Threats | April 21

Payment professionals are often focused on two key goals: efficiency and security. These goals can seem to be in conflict, as the long-term focus on efficiency is confronted with new requirements for compliance, control, and external security. Newer threats and attacks on payment systems increase the concerns for how companies protect their payments and payment processes. This session will highlight these issues and help identify multiple strategies that can help your organizations accomplish these two seemingly competing goals.