Boone Center, Inc. Names Vice President of Accounting and Finance | Business



Cindy Bernsen, CPA CGMA

Cindy M. Bernsen, CPA, CGMA, is the new Vice President of Accounting and Finance at BCI in St. Peters, Missouri.


(St. Peters, Mo., November 20, 2020) Boone Center, Inc. (BCI) recently named Cindy M. Bernsen as its Vice President of Accounting and Finance. In this position, she will work with key officers, managers, and the board of directors to ensure the financial well-being of the organization. BCI is a nonprofit that specializes in employment and training for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Prior to joining BCI, Bernsen worked as the Vice President of Finance and Accounting for Soft Surroundings. Bernsen will work alongside Susan Cutler, BCI’s Chief Financial Officer, until Cutler’s retirement effective December 31, 2020.

“I believe Cindy brings the right amount of technical skill, energy, compassion, and strategic thinking to the role,” said BCI CEO Troy Compardo. “I’m looking forward to having her on our team for

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BlackLine To Unveil New Solutions And Innovations For Finance & Accounting In Front Of 15,000+ Registrants At Company’s Largest Annual User Conference Ever | News

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Accounting automation software leader BlackLine, Inc. (Nasdaq: BL) today announced new products as well as updates to its flagship cloud platform designed to further enable Finance & Accounting (F&A) departments to transform and modernize their operations.  The new features and solutions will be unveiled this week in front of more than 15,000 registrants at BlackLine’s annual global user conference BeyondTheBlack™ 2020: The Modern Accounting Virtual Experience.

Highlights of BlackLine’s enhanced platform functionality and new offerings include:

BlackLine Cash Application to Simplify the Order-to-Cash Process
BlackLine is launching BlackLine Cash Application.  Using AI and machine learning, BlackLine Cash Application enables organizations to manage cash flow and cash collection in real time, simplifying the order-to-cash process by automating both the collection and allocation of customer cash.  The launch marks BlackLine’s entrance into the accounts receivable automation market following the acquisition of Rimilia,

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Research Study Now Available on Changing Roles of Corporate Accounting and Finance

A national, benchmark study by Controllers Council titled, “The Contemporary Controller—Changing Roles and Responsibilities,” was recently completed on the subject of changing roles of corporate accounting and finance professionals during this chaotic year, along with key impacts, and expectations for 2021 and beyond.

CHICAGO (PRWEB) November 16, 2020

A national, benchmark study titled, “The Contemporary Controller—Changing Roles and Responsibilities,” was recently completed on the subject of changing roles of corporate accounting and finance professionals during this chaotic year, along with key impacts, and expectations for 2021 and beyond.


The objective of the study was to identify how the duties and responsibilities of Controllers, CFOs and other Accounting and Corporate Finance professionals changed due to pandemic and economic environments, and how these executives are adapting and evolving.



Produced by the Controllers Council, a community and association for Controllers, CFOs, and related executives, the benchmark study surveyed more than 300 professionals across

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44 MBA Programs That Lead to High-Paying Finance and Accounting Jobs | Top Business Schools

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Earn high salaries in finance and accounting.

Though MBA graduates who work in the finance industry, including in accounting, are often paid a six-figure salary, graduates of certain highly selective business schools are paid especially well. Based on U.S. News data, 2019 graduates from these 44 business schools who work in the finance or accounting sector have an average salary greater than $100,000. Some from these schools had an annual salary that exceeded $200,000, and in a few cases alumni raked in salaries at or above $300,000. Here are the 44 MBA programs where 2019 grads employed in finance or accounting received the highest average compensation

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University of Florida (Warrington)

U.S. News business school rank: 28 (tie)

Average salary among 2019 graduates with finance or accounting jobs: $100,504

Salary range among 2019 graduates with finance or accounting jobs: $81,000-$125,000

Number of 2019

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