Higher Education: 2020 Survey Results Webinar

Join Craig Jeffery of Strategic Treasurer and Kelvin McWilliams of Kyriba for a webinar on insights and tips for bursars and higher education treasury practitioners from the 2020 Higher Education survey results.

Higher Education: 2020 Survey Results Webinar

Date:     Thursday, July 23, 2020

Time:    11:00 AM-12:00 PM EDT

Where:  This is an online event.

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Treasury professionals in higher education face different challenges in the workplace. We want to provide insights into these unique views. The 2020 Higher Education survey and the results focus on banking services, student enrollment and regulatory changes, fraud management, and portals, purchasing cards, and refunds.

In this webinar, Craig Jeffery of Strategic Treasurer and Kelvin McWilliams of Kyriba will use the results to show how the higher education industry differs from other industries and provide some insight and tips for bursars and higher education treasury practitioners.

While this webinar is targeted for those in the higher education industry, it is open to anyone who is interested in trends in the higher education industry.

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