Receivable Savvy hosts a live, audience-driven, interactive discussion with industry expert Chris Doxey on January 17, 2015
Atlanta, GA, January 12, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Join Receivable Savvy for a live, audience-driven, interactive discussion on the topic of Detecting and Preventing Accounts Receivable Fraud In Your Organization on Wednesday, January 27 at 2:00 PM EST. Registrants will have an opportunity to learn from, and speak directly with, Chris Doxey, CAPP, CCSA, CICA, CPC. One of the leading finance and Order-to-Cash experts in the field today, Chris will offer her years of insight and knowledge in a way that is tailored to each caller’s particular situation. Participating in the Live Q&A is like having a one-on-one consultation with your own resident expert.
The Live Q&A will feature:
- Examples of compelling case studies and how to apply the takeaways to your organization
- Instruction on how to implement internal controls to prevent fraud
- The opportunity to interact directly with a leading industry expert via open microphone, posing your most compelling questions and receiving answers specific to your situation.
Who should attend:
- Senior Finance and Accounting Professionals
- Senior Accounts Receivable Professionals
- Credit and Collections Executives
- Internal Auditors
- Sales and Customer Management Executives
One of the leading finance and Order-to-Cash experts in the field today, Chris will offer her years of insight and knowledge in a way that is tailored to each caller's particular situation. Participating in the Live Q&A is like having a one-on-one consultation with your own resident expert.
- Wednesday, January 27, 2015, 2:00 PM EST
- Space is limited, so register now for this event.
- Register: REGISTER NOW
About Chris Doxey:
Chris Doxey, CAPP, CCSA, CICA, CPC spent most of her career implementing “top gun” leadership teams and processes in her quest to fight fraud and implement internal controls at Digital Equipment Corporation, Compaq Computer Corporation, Hewlett Packard, and MCI. She held senior finance and accounting positions that allowed her to develop and implement standards of internal control for all aspects of financial operations.
Chris holds a BA in English, a BS in Accounting, a Master’s in Business Administration, and a Graduate Certificate in Project Management. She is a Certified Accounts Payable Professional (CAPP), holds a Certification in Controls Self-Assessment (CSA), is a Certified Internal Controls Auditor (CICA), and is a Certified Professional Controller (CPC). Chris is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), the Institute for Internal Controls (TheIIC), the Institute of Financial Operations (IFO), and the Association of Accounts and Finance Professionals in Business (IMA). She is a board member of the IMA’s Ethics Committee and Research Foundation. She is also a member of the advisory board for The IIC and is president of the Washington DC area chapter for both the IFO and TheIIC organizations. She has authored The Controller’s Best Practices Guide and The Controller’s Best Practices Guide to the Financial Close for the IOFM and IMA. Chris has also published two handbooks: AP Leadership Skills and Implementing a Controls Self – Assessment Program for Accounts Payable.
About Receivable Savvy:
Receivable Savvy helps supplier organizations master the complex Order-to-Cash process and maximize revenue through proprietary research, best practice content and insight from subject matter experts.
Founded in 2015, Receivable Savvy desires to cultivate knowledge and understanding among suppliers while also delving into their habits and practices. Comprised of industry veterans, Receivable Savvy strives to be the primary source of financial supply chain information for Accounts Receivable professionals focused on key elements of the Order-to-Cash process.
We help our members understand issues around customer master data, internal controls, order management, credit management, invoicing, accounts receivable, payment, collections management, cash application, compliance and internal controls