CRF Forum SAP® User Group to Showcase Topics Around Shared Services and Best Practices to Reduce Costs and Increase Cash Flow
Learn how to run efficient collections and deductions operations through SAP® Shared Services and how to contribute to the top CFO priorities
Houston, Texas, October 3, 2016 – HighRadius will be facilitating the Credit Research Foundation (CRF) hosted SAP User Group. The SAP informational and educational sessions will take place on Monday morning, October 24 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm immediately prior to the start of the CRF Forum in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The host organization, Credit Research Foundation, is an independent, non-profit, member-run organization, consisting of a dynamic community of like-minded business professionals with a vested interest in improving and fostering the field of business-to-business credit. CRF offers several forums and education sessions throughout the year to educate and train credit practitioners on the latest practices, industry trends and technological advances.
CRF Forum SAP User Group
HighRadius will moderate the series of SAP-oriented educational sessions as an optional pre-event function. Topics will include SAP and Shared Services, an SAP case study, and how to optimize SAP Receivables Management, plus an Open Forum and Discussion that includes lessons learned, SAP functionality detail and more. The SAP User Group sessions are available to non-CRF members and are offered for a nominal fee.
“Ways SAP Central Finance Empowers Global Credit and A/R Shared Services Centers,” presented by Christina Sievert, Solution Consultant, SAP, will discuss how shared services centers are a mode of service delivery in A/R functions like collections and dispute management because activities could be streamlined and value delivered increased. Attendees will learn how to run efficient collections and deductions operations through the SAP shared services framework and Central Finance that runs on SAP S/4HANA.
Shankar Bellam, Sr. Solution Architect, HighRadius, will present “7 Costly A/R Resource Black Holes to Get Your Team Out of in 3 Months with SAP.” His session will examine cost resource black holes that reduce productivity of credit and A/R teams, and how to streamline and automate such processes with SAP Receivables Management.
This open forum will engage attendees in a discussion and answer session. Discussion topics will include implementation lessons learned, common customizations, gaining executive sponsorship, and details on module functionality.
For more information and to register for the SAP User Group, click here.
About Credit Research Foundation
The Credit Research Foundation enjoys a sixty-seven (67) year history as an independent, non-profit, member-run organization, consisting of a dynamic community of like-minded business professionals with a vested interest in improving and fostering the field of business-2-business credit while focusing on the practices and technologies of the discipline. CRF is the premier industry advocate for the B2B credit community; the bridge in the customer financial relationship. For more information please visit http://www.crfonline.org.
HighRadius provides Financial Supply Chain Management (FSCM) software solutions to optimize receivables and payments functions such as credit, collections, cash application, deductions and eBilling. HighRadius Receivables Cloud and Payments Cloud solution suites are delivered as software-as-a-service (SaaS) in the cloud to automate the entire credit-to-cash cycle. HighRadius certified Accelerators for SAP receivables management enables large enterprises to achieve advanced business transformation initiatives and leverage their SAP investments with lower TCO. HighRadius solutions have a proven track record of reducing days sales outstanding (DSO), bad debt and increasing operation efficiency, enabling companies to achieve an ROI in a few months. For more information please visit www.highradius.com.
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