Tools for Improving Cash Forecasting – Automation, Treasury Workstations, and AI
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Cash forecasting has been a key function in finance and treasury for quite some time now, but it’s still a “buzzy” topic. It’s often the topic at sessions like these at treasury and finance events, and practitioners are always interested in learning about new tools and innovations in cash forecasting technology. Why is it that people are so interested in this function? Is it because of its importance to the business, difficulty to nail, or something else?
Mary Desmond, Director of Financial Operations, Sealaska
Mary’s career spans 30 years of financial leadership, including two decades as cash manager at The Seattle Times. She has helped lead a variety of financial systems overhauls and overseen the introduction of numerous payment processes. Before joining Sealaska to direct financial operations, Mary served as treasury manager at Zulily and, later, Starbucks. She holds an MBA with a concentration in finance from Seattle University.
Logan Wright, Senior Accountant, SparkCognition
Logan Wright is a Senior Accountant at SparkCognition, an AI solutions provider headquartered in Austin, Texas, with five years of experience in corporate accounting for public and private companies. He holds a Bachelor's of Business Administration in Accounting from Texas A&M University. Logan focuses his time on cash forecasting, fixed assets, prepaids, and financial reporting.
Chris Allen, Vice President of Sales, Trovata
Chris has spent the last 15 years in tech and SaaS sales spanning multiple industries and segments building and scaling successful sales teams. Prior to Trovata, Chris led all Enterprise go-to-market functions for Podium, a company he helped scale from $5m to $200m ARR.