Continuous Accounting: Hyatt Hotels' Modern Approach to Closing the Books

Continuous Accounting: Hyatt Hotels' Modern Approach to Closing the Books

Travis Curl
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Thursday, July 07, 2016
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
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Continuous Accounting: Hyatt Hotels' Modern Approach to Closing the Books

Is your R2R still operating in the past? Do you want to move it into the future?

Thirty-one years ago, the average home price was slightly over $89k, Back to the Future was in theaters, the World Wide Web didn’t exist, and Microsoft Excel was just being introduced.

Presenters:
Travis Curl
Travis Curl
GL Analyst and BlackLine Administrator
Hyatt

Travis Curl is the BlackLine Administrator and GL Analyst for Hyatt Hotels. He graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2009 with a B.B.A. in Marketing and has worked at Hyatt for almost 6 years. Travis researches additional functionality within the BlackLine system and also develops and implements process improvements in addition to providing oversight and guidance to Hyatt's business units and its BPO partner on reconciliation preparation and standards.


Susan Parcells
Susan Parcells
Director of Finance Transformation
BlackLine

Susan Parcells is Director of Finance Transformation and Product Expert for BlackLine. Throughout her career as both an auditor and various management positions within Accounting, Susan recognized that the traditionally manual processes within the financial close were not only inefficient but often times exposed companies to risk. She began to focus on process improvement around the close, helping accounting teams reduce their workload and instead use their analytical skills to focus on other value-added activities, while enhancing controls around those processes.



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