Many treasury departments are still using outdated technology and spreadsheets to manage massive cash flow.

Due to the availability of spreadsheets and their ease of modification, these practices are understandable but not optimal. 

Moving Beyond Spreadsheets: Cash Management in 2018

Co-Presented with Axletree Solutions

Date:     Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

Time:     2:00PM – 3:00PM EST

Where:  This is an online event.

With how quickly technology changes, it makes sense that treasurers tend to rely on spreadsheets a majority of the time. While this is easy, it is not the best solution available. There are best practices for the crucial activities that are demanded of treasurers that should be taken advantage of including visibility to cash, banking structure simplicity, and bullet-proof cash management.

This session will aid users in understanding the risks of using sub-optimal resources and the benefits of leveraging best practices and constantly improving technology. 

1.2 CTP and FP&A re-certification credits will be given for this webinar.

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