[Atlanta, GA] September 13, 2023 — Strategic Treasurer and TIS have released the results of the 2023 Treasury Technology Survey. Results show significant adoption plans for multiple technology types, differing somewhat based on organizational region and size.
This webinar will discuss the results of the 2023 Treasury Technology Survey. This survey gathered detailed data on practitioner’s use, plans, perspectives, and experiences with treasury management systems and other forms of treasury technology. Results showed what is important to treasury practitioners in their technology, which technology types are rapidly becoming standard and which are holding steady, and what treasury departments are looking for in technology partners. In the midst of a rapidly changing environment, these findings indicate the current trends and adoption rates, helping treasury make strategic decisions.
Forecasting cash flows has been one of the top two priorities for treasury groups for nearly 10 years. During disruptive times, it becomes even more important. Managements expects greater accuracy and more “scenarios,” yet many treasury groups are providing less than the admitted “minimum standards.” What can be done? What should be done? This session will outline the stages of cash forecasting and the foundational elements required to reach each stage – and the next level. Access to data and powerful new tools must be combined with a broader understanding of forecasting to optimize your forecasting process and accuracy.
All leading organizations manage working capital intentionally. This is often part of the overall liquidity management process. Given that this requires looking at many different systems, data points, and responsible leadership, gaining visibility and a unified look at an organization’s liquidity and working capital can be a challenge.
Priorities must come before proper action on working capital and liquidity management. Proper prioritization requires insights, and insights require visibility across cash, accounts receivable, inventory, and accounts payable.
This session will offer a macro view of improving working capital and liquidity management through comprehensive visibility, common goals, consistent metrics, and a unified approach.
1. Examining the role that comprehensive visibility plays in improving working capital and liquidity management.
2. Understanding the importance of common goals and consistent metrics as they pertain to improving working capital and liquidity management.
3. How a unified approach helps achieve improved working capital and liquidity management.
Field: Finance – Technical