Optimizing DSO and DPO in Times of Crisis
Recorded On: 10/07/2020
This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.
In a climate of cash flow visibility becoming more important, CFOs and finance organizations need to focus on internal funding sources throughout the company. To improve working capital organizations must bring their cash-in and cash-out value streams together and view inbound and outbound payments as two sides of the same coin – as one global cash flow process. By synchronizing accounts receivable (AR) and accounts payable (AP) processes, finance departments can achieve an optimized cash position and an overarching view into cash flows creating the foundation for DSO and DPO optimization. In this webinar, we will showcase how organizations can improve their cash position by focusing on their DSO and DPO drivers.
About the Speakers
Daniel Bertaska, Senior Solution Architect - Daniel is a Senior Solution Architect at Serrala. Before joining Serrala, he was the Global Process Owner for O2C at a global pharma company, responsible for centralizing and standardizing the Cash Application process across multiple markets, through the implementation of Serrala’s cash application solution. Daniel is process-oriented with strong Information Technology background with over 10 years’ experience in the Pharma industry, 5 years in the Automotive and 5 years in the ePayment industry.
Rob Jackson, Senior Solution Architect - Rob has a proven track record in designing and deploying back-office solutions that enable business continuity and efficiency for a remote workforce. Prior to joining Serrala, Rob worked as a senior solution architect for a Fortune 500 company and was responsible for the design and deployment of business processes and technology for the shared services organization. In this position, Rob transitioned back-office processes to remote shared service centers with 100% digitization and full visibility of transactions and key performance metrics. Rob holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toledo.