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HighRadius Workshop: Building resilience around the order-to-cash process

Attend our virtual workshop on July 15th from 1 – 2pm where we’ll be joined by 30 CFOs, Heads of Finance and Finance Directors for this discussion. Apply for your free place below (attendance at this workshop is for senior finance professionals from companies with over 2000 employees).

The current pandemic has revealed a number of process and technology gaps in finance departments impacting their ability to preserve cashflow which has been critical. This was demonstrated in a poll during the recent CFO Agenda Virtual event where for one third of companies it has exposed the need to automate order-to-cash processes and a quarter said that there was a need for better infrastructure and cloud solutions to help optimise and maintain cashflow.

Recognition of these issues is at least setting them on a path of remediation. There will be a sense of urgency, in some cases in anticipation of a second wave of the virus or as a response to the effect on the economy. For many it will be a case of prioritisation – addressing the most critical areas such as accounts receivables, with new technology so they are in a better position to ride the storm with greater resilience. For others the need to not just survive but thrive means looking at new intelligent, predictive and proactive innovations that empower finance departments and increase their business value.

This workshop will help to set out the technology and solutions companies can consider across the order-to-cash process, to make your finance department “future fit” and more resilient. Through use cases and examples the panel will demonstrate how SaaS-based technology in particular has driven agility and insight and supported business continuity throughout this current crisis.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one another and benefit from the guidance of our experts – register below to apply for your invite: