McLeod Software and Katz, Sapper & Miller Transportation Accounting & Finance Conference Offered as 3-Day Virtual Event | News

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — McLeod Software and KSM are offering their annual Transportation Accounting & Finance Conference as a 3-day, virtual event May 4-6, 2021. McLeod Software has once again partnered with Indianapolis-based accounting firm, Katz, Sapper & Miller (KSM) on the conference. The event includes a keynote presentation on the economic outlook and state of the trucking industry from Bob Costello, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of the American Trucking Associations (ATA). Conference attendees can qualify for 6 CPE credits. The cost to register for the event is $195 at FinanceConference.McLeodSoftware.com.

Transportation Accounting & Finance Conference Sessions

Keynote Presentation: Economic Outlook and State of the Trucking Industry

Presented by Bob Costello, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of the ATA

Our keynote speaker will provide an in-depth picture of the economic outlook for the trucking industry in 2021.

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Burkland Launches New Dedicated Practice for Financial Technology Startups | News

SAN FRANCISCO, March 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Burkland, a full service fractional CFO and accounting provider for startups, today announced a new dedicated Financial Technology practice team. Specifically developed to meet the needs and address the challenges facing Financial Technology startups, the new Fintech practice at Burkland offers a seasoned team of CFOs, Controllers and Bookkeepers.

“We look forward to helping venture-backed Fintech startups with the experienced finance talent they need to scale.”

Unlike most outsourced CFO and accountancy services, Burkland’s new Fintech practice is the only one of its kind to offer strategic financial insight designed exclusively for Fintech startups. The new practice brings with it the focused knowledge base Fintech companies need to be successful with today’s Covid-related business challenges.

“We’re very excited to launch a dedicated Fintech practice at Burkland,” said Steven Lord, Burkland’s NY CFO team lead and head of the company’s Fintech

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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 how to monitor remote employees 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

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What Is Invoice Financing? | US News

Invoice financing is a way for businesses to borrow against unpaid invoices. With invoice financing, sometimes called accounts receivable financing, you sell accounts receivable to a lender instead of waiting for customers to pay their invoices.

You can get payment immediately, but this financing option has its downsides. Read on to see how invoice financing works and whether it is a good idea for businesses that need funds.

What Does Invoice Financing Mean?

Invoice financing is a term that applies to products that alleviate the financial pressure of waiting for customers to pay their invoices.

Companies use invoice financing to shorten their cash conversion cycle, or the time they need to convert their investments in inventory into cash, says Bob Castaneda, director of Walden University’s accounting and finance programs.

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