Accelerating AP/AR Automation
Online | July 28, 2020 | 11am EST / 4pm BST
Dramatic shifts in working patterns and practices due to pandemic disruption have highlighted the urgent need for remote teams to collaborate on AP/AR systems across organisations. Companies that are connected and logged on to payment systems that are linked to suppliers are executing business fast and efficiently and gaining competitive advantage. Critically, shortening DPO and cash conversion cycles is paramount in tight credit markets. In this webinar we discuss how both payments and receivables processes can be optimised from remote situations and the solutions to help companies enable AP/AR efficiencies.
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Suhas GosaviSenior Vice President and General Manager B2B Solutions Fiserv
Suhas Gosavi is the Senior Vice President and General Manager B2B Solutions at Fiserv, a global financial technology leader in commerce-enabling technology and global B2B solutions. He has more than 25 years of senior management, technology, payments and business consulting experience helping deliver integrated payment processing, eCommerce, point-of-sale, and buyer-supplier collaboration solutions to mid-market and enterprise-level organizations. With proven expertise in credit card, ACH and other digital payments, Gosavi has led global teams in the successful implementation and integration of secure payment, bill presentment and eCommerce solutions directly with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, including SAP, Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics. He has expertise in ERP Order to Cash and Procure to Pay process, and is a frequent speaker at various global forums. Gosavi was formerly President and CEO at CDI Technology. With a strong background in mergers and acquisitions, he successfully negotiated the acquisition of CDI Technology in 2015 and ultimately merging with First Data/Fiserv. He has a degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering and currently resides in Naperville, IL with his family.
David TreckerSenior Vice President of B2B Payments Mastercard
David Trecker is Senior Vice President of Business to Business (B2B) Payments at Mastercard. Responsibilities include leading In Control for Commercial Payments, Mastercard’s virtual card generation and spend control platform, and Track Business Payment Service, Mastercard’s multi-rail open-loop network to simplify and automate B2B payments. Prior to joining Mastercard, David held diverse leadership positions in Transaction Banking over 15 years. Most recently he was Supply Chain Finance Head at Bank of America; Before that, Global Venture Capital Lead for Citi Treasury & Trade Solutions. David is an active contributor to the Global Supply Chain Finance Forum, a collaboration of leading industry associations to develop, publish and champion a set of commonly agreed market standards. David holds a Bachelor of Science in finance and legal studies from Indiana University and a Masters of Business Administration from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is based out of Mastercard’s world headquarters in Purchase, New York.
Linda WestonProduct Management and Client Services Director Barclaycard Commercial Payments
Linda Weston, Product & Client Services Director for Barclaycard Corporate Issuing business, has over 20 years’ experience in the Commercial Payments industry. In her current role she is accountable for leading the product team to deliver innovative, best in class commercial payment products and digital solutions as well as the teams who are responsible for dedicated client technical consultancy. Since joining Barclaycard in 2014 Linda has spearheaded a cultural change in product management approach, lead a transformational migration programme and driven key enhancements to client consultancy and support. Prior to joining Barclaycard Linda worked at J.P. Morgan where she was instrumental in establishing a Commercial Payments issuing business across EMEA from scratch. Her early career was with RBS where Linda held a variety of Operational and Product roles.