Finance executives in medium to large businesses (businesses with less than $250M revenue) assert that managing cash is becoming more challenging to forecast. Globalization means more regulation with an increasing number of banks and bank portals, different currencies, and different rules for how to expatriate cash. As a result, finance departments must manage multiple banking relationships.
To execute in this environment, treasury functions will need to find ways to provide management with information on cash positions and cash forecasts faster and with more in-depth insight. Organizations now require improved visibility into their consolidated assets – foreign and domestic, across banks and investments. Bringing together disparate systems is the first step in obtaining a clearer financial picture and more accurate reporting.
This webinar will also feature the latest statistics from a new 2020 study of financial executives and benchmarks from industry peers.
With over 30 years of experience, Scala is an expert in B2B Cloud and SaaS based business models with a focus on supply chain collaboration and issues associated with inventory, invoicing, payments, global transport, cash management, implementing new business models such as globalization or adoption of omni-channel strategies and just in time manufacturing. Before DiCentral, he worked at IBM, General Electric, and GXS where he held roles in M&A, strategy, engineering, sales, marketing, and general management. Scala received a B.S. in management information systems from Southern New Hampshire University and a M.S. in management science from the University of South Florida.
Dr. Zach G. Zacharia is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management and Director of the Center for Supply Chain Research at Lehigh in the College of Business, Lehigh University where he teaches Graduate and Undergraduate courses in Supply Chain Operations Management and Logistics and Transportation. He graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Calgary, an MBA from the University of Alberta, and a Ph.D. in Logistics with a minor in Marketing from the University of Tennessee. His current research interests include Collaboration/Coopetition within the Supply Chain, Supplier Satisfaction and the Physical Internet.