True Measure of the Close: Time + Effort + Quality
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There is an old adage, “what gets measured, gets managed,” however, it is also true that if you are measuring the wrong things you will end up managing the wrong things.
So, as finance professionals, what should we be measuring when it comes to the Record to Report process? Many times, finance organizations, specifically ones with Shared Service Centers, focus on KPIs related to the “time to close” or “reducing costs.” Although reducing the time and cost to close are important metrics to measure, several finance organizations make the mistake of forgetting about 2 of the most critical KPIs – the effort it takes to close and the quality of the data produced.
Register to the webinar, “True Measure of the Close: Time + Effort + Quality” to learn:
- The challenges and risks faced by not measuring the right KPIs
- Which key Record to Report KPIs you should be tracking
- How to effectively meet those KPIs without increasing costs through Risk Intelligent Robotic Process Automation™
All participants are eligible to earn 1.0 CPE credit certified by NASBA.
Syril Mathai is the Vice President of Global Partner Engagement at Trintech, and has over 24 years of experience working with the Accounting and Finance functions of companies world-wide. As Vice President of Global Partner Engagement, he is responsible for establishing sales relationships primarily within advisory firms, such as the Big4, and BPO organizations to generate an indirect sales channel for Trintech.
Syril joined Trintech in 2009 and has held several strategic roles during his tenure including Vice President of Global Services and Partner Enablement, Vice President of Strategic Execution Team and Area Sales Director for the western portion of the United States and Canada. As a business leader with extensive operational experience enabling cross-functional relationships and process improvements for productivity within the Office of Finance, he has had a successful career experience in various roles achieved through a consultative nature. Prior to joining Trintech, Syril enjoyed a relationship as a customer, leading the implementation of Trintech as a part of the finance transformation of a global convenience organization.
Syril received his BBA in Accounting from the University of Texas at Arlington and is a Certified Public Accountant.