Optimizing Cash Flow in Times of Economic Disruption: Strengthen Your Credit-to-Cash Processes with Analytics and Automation - Argyle Executive Forum Events


COVID-19 and its ensuing economic volatility has presented finance leaders with unique challenges for risk management, and the need to adapt quickly to changing economic conditions has many leaders rethinking their approaches to managing risk and receivables.

By attending this webinar, you’ll learn about best practices for maintaining visibility into receivables and taking a proactive view of loss forecasting, including:

  • How to leverage data and predictive insight to help optimize cash flow and improve operational efficiencies,
  • How to apply technological advances in analytics and automation to achieve optimal control over your credit-to-cash processes, and
  • How to collaborate effectively with colleagues outside finance, including sales teams and risk management teams, to minimize the duration of your credit-to-cash cycle.
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Attend this webinar and earn FREE Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credit

Webinar Inquiries: For inquiries as well as complaints concerning this webinar, you are welcome to send an email message to webcast_feedback@cfo.com. Please note that only those who attend the live webinar will have the opportunity to earn continuing professional education (CPE) credit in connection with this webinar. Because there is no charge to register for this webinar, there are no refunds following registration for this webinar.

Field of Study: Finance
Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: None
Advance Preparation: None required
Delivery Method: Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s): 1

To be eligible to earn one CPE credit, you must answer at least three polling questions while attending the program for a minimum of 50 minutes.


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