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How Non-Payroll Spend Burdens Accounting and Finance - and what you can do to fix it

Decentralized corporate spending has placed a significant burden on finance teams. It has resulted in time-consuming manual workflows and reconciliations, created hurdles to ensuring spending policy compliance, opened risk to unnecessary spending, and created inefficiencies for AP. Learn what you can do to fix it and earn one CPE credit.

Tuesday, January 13, 2021 | 4:00pm ET / 1:00pm PT

About this webinar.

Program Description: Decentralized corporate spending has placed a significant burden on finance teams. It has resulted in time-consuming manual workflows and reconciliations, created hurdles to ensuring spending policy compliance, opened risk to unnecessary spending, and created inefficiencies for AP. Software tools can automate the full spend management process with a modern platform approach to save time, money and ensure compliance, operational efficiency, and audit trails.

Learning objectives:

  • How non-payroll spending practices have shifted from centralized to decentralized.  
  • How those changes have created risks and inefficiencies for accounting and finance teams.
  • How to control decentralized spending.
  • How to model and evaluate the ROI on a spend management platform.

CPE credit: One CPE credit offered for successful completion.

Program Level: Basic

Prerequisites: Familiarity with GL systems like Quickbooks Online, NetSuite, Xero, or Intacct.

No advanced preparation needed.

Free to attend.

What you’ll get.

How non-payroll spending practices have shifted from centralized to decentralized.
How those changes have created risks and inefficiencies for accounting and finance teams.
How to control decentralized spending.
How to model and evaluate the ROI on a spend management platform.
1 CPE Credit

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About the speakers.

About the speaker.

Sonduren Fanarredha

Director of Product Marketing
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Airbase

Sonduren Fanarredha is the Director of Product Marketing at Airbase, responsible for Airbase's go-to-market and product marketing strategy. He holds a Bachelor of Accounting (Honours) from Brock University and began his career working in various capacities across government and firms like the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), Gibb Widdis Chartered Accountants, and Wolseley Canada. This included experience in the preparation of business tax returns, preparing financial statements, and managing the balance sheet and P&L accounts. In addition to his experiences gained building his own small businesses he pivoted into marketing in the computer software industry and played pivotal roles for leading companies like Microsoft Canada, Intelex Technologies & Kira Systems.

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Official National Registry Statement:
Airbase is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.NASBARegistry.org.