At the webinar we reveal effective ways for not-for-profit organisations to establish financial controls. The webinar highlights technology and business process transformations, and provides guidelines for not-for-profit accounting, whether your organisation or accounting firm is in this sector.
Expertise is shared by Paul Struckman, Director at Balanced Chartered Accountants and a certified Xero partner. Paul has a passion for finding relevant and simple solutions to real-world problems, driving operational efficiency through clutter-free accounting.
Paul has one motivation: to improve the lives of people in business. With years of experience in his field, including KPMG and a publicly listed company, Paul saw the opportunity to build a client-driven accounting practice, with no bureaucracy or baggage; just great use of technology, expert advice from his team and close-knit client relationships.
Learn industry best practices for establishing full spend control, increasing financial data quality, and optimising company spending.
We will walk you through the common pitfalls and stumbling blocks of PO raising and processing, bill to PO reconciliation, fraud prevention, and expense authorisation.
The best practices will be shared by Konstantin Breduyk, Director of Product at ApprovalMax. With his roots in business process management and optimisation software development, Konstantin has consulted multiple clients with profiles ranging from SMB to governments and industry tycoons, and holds unique knowledge of best case scenarios of company spend management and the most common process inefficiencies and fallouts both from the finance and technology perspectives.
Learn about the best practices for implementing a fully digital ecosystem with direct focus on expense management and company spending optimisation.
The exclusive advice is shared by Anthony Burman, CFO of Fieldays Society, one of the largest non-for-profit agribusinesses in the Southern Hemisphere. Anthony joined the Society in July 2015 in the CFO role and has undertaken a major transformation both of the accounting systems and the practices.