For your 2023 receivables strategy, less is more
Today's headlines and earnings calls are filled with gloomy growth perspectives for 2023. Inflation, recession, and scathing profits will directly affect the CFO and their back-office finance teams. In a recent survey by Grant Thornton, 66% of CFOs said they expect to meet growth projections in 2023, noting modest growth goals and saying that they're "ready to cut costs and boost efficiencies" to meet them.
Mounting pressures to scale profitability will only increase as your board and investors demand you do more with less. A not-so-obvious place to look when trying to cut cost and boost efficiencies is how your organization is getting paid.
Today's companies have found themselves with too much of everything for their money movement. The results? Too many disparate systems, too many banking relationships, too many payment vendors.
It doesn't have to be this way. In 2023, less can be more.
Learn how innovative A/R teams are integrating and automating A/R payments and reconciliation to save money and free up their valuable time for more strategic work.
In this webinar, learn how you can achieve more with less through:
SVP, B2B at Flywire
Greg Leven is the SVP, Sales for Flywire’s rapidly growing B2B vertical. He came to Flywire with 15 years of experience in the global payments and enterprise software space. His subject matter expertise in these areas has helped many global organizations unlock value from their existing payment and collection processes. Prior to Flywire, Greg was the Global Head of Coupa Pay at Coupa Software where his solution helped organizations automate the Procure to Pay function. While at Mastercard, Greg co-founded Mastercard Track, a business to business network focused on taking the friction out of business payments. Most importantly, Greg lives in Kansas City with his wife and four children.
President, Brousseau & Associates
Over the past 26 years, Mark Brousseau has established himself as a thought leader on accounts payable, accounts receivable, payments and document automation. A popular speaker at industry conferences and on webinars and podcasts, Brousseau advises prominent end-users and solutions and services providers on how to use automation to improve document- and payments-driven business processes. Brousseau has chaired numerous educational conferences and has served on several industry committees and boards. He resides in Center City Philadelphia with his wife and three sons.