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Rimilia delighted to attend SSFUK2017

September 19, 2017
By Rimilia

Future Vision: Influencing Change, Annual Conference 2017

Rimilia has announced its sponsorship of and attendance at Shared Services Forum UK’s Annual Conference 2017. Each year, this flagship event attracts over 300 leading SSC professionals and showcases a select number of key industry suppliers and business partners. The subject of this year's Annual Conference is Future Vision: Influencing Change, and SSF UK's members will be given the unique opportunity to hear outstanding speakers, learn and share best practice, participate in quality networking, meet exhibitors and enjoy first-class hospitality.

Rimilia Business Development Manager and Canal & River Trust Order to Cash Manager Janet Chapman will be running one of the masterclasses at the event. They will be presenting on Cash & Credit Automation - Achieving Beyond World Class with Rimilia and Canal & River Trust. 

Delivered by experienced credit professionals and technology enthusiasts, Janet and Matt will explain the common challenges in the cash allocation process and how using automation technology with machine learning can transform the manual labour intensive cash allocation process.

Truly interactive and educational, with best practice examples from Janet at Canal & River Trust, the session will give you a unique chance to learn about latest advancements in cash and credit automation technology, what world class in cash allocation looks like and how it can transform your cash process into a smarter more proactive front end function to enable for greater growth for your business.

If you would like to learn how shared service centres around the world are utilising Rimilia technology to bring about huge reductions in associated costs whilst transforming their Acoounts Receivable processes, then please join our masterclass. Alternatively, come and visit Rimilia at the stand at the Shared Services Forum UK Annual Conference on 10 October 2017 in Manchester. 

For further information and to register contact Jay Tyson on: events@sharedservicesforumuk.com