During uncertain times, treasury teams must be on the frontlines to plan for business continuity by monitoring external factors such as seasonality, currency fluctuations, and broad economic indicators. Forecasting cash flow and strategic planning have never been more important.
A mature scenario analysis process is crucial to successfully mapping a course of action in this fluid environment. This strategic approach allows treasury accurate insight into how crises will play out and how your environment and key factors may change over time.
Understand the impact of scenario analysis while preparing a cash forecast.
Learn how to examine the business levers available under best-case and worst-case scenarios.
Know how to leverage predictive analytics to generate reliable scenario models.
Congratulations, you have done your hard work to gather resources, line up your teams, plan your budget, complete your RFP process and select the perfect fit solution for your company. But then technology implementation turns out to be the best example of Murphy’s Law: There’s more customization than you thought. Original timelines aren’t being met. Insufficient budget. Staff just doesn’t have enough time. IT got pulled in a different direction. The project manager isn’t managing. Not enough resources. And once the implementation is done, how do clients and vendors measure their satisfaction with the performance of the solution?
Join Craig Jeffery, Managing Partner at Strategic Treasurer, and Juan Saudino, VP of Professional Services at HighRadius, as they discuss leading practices in the treasury technology implementation process and how to get the most out of it.
1. How to approach the implementation with a mindset of achieving the maximum value within the shortest timeline by prioritizing activities and leveraging accelerators.
2. Understanding the importance of executive buy-in during the design process when it comes to aligning value with effort.
3. How to ensure good communication between vendors and clients post-implementation.
You are likely familiar with the phrase, “what gets measured gets improved.” It is also an almost universal request of treasury and finance professionals to see dashboards and KPIs used by other companies. Visibility into performance and data allows for improved decision-making, a renewed focus on efficiency, insight into liquidity, and better financial results. This session will examine the types of metrics used by leading companies to monitor and improve their performance across a range of areas with the additional context of differences between company positions (liquidity situation, transaction intensity, working capital drivers).