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Kristen Lawson
Graham Hulme
Matt Svetich

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Softrax

What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

 

As part three in our webinar series discussing ASC 606 Disclosures, we will take a look at specifically what companies now believe to be the SEC's focus for the remainder of 2018 and into 2019, based on audited transcripts and articles that came out of an 2018 SEC Conference. These relevant notes provide a valuable road map into how companies can best prepare for what lies ahead. There will be CPE credits given after the webinar.

Questions to be answered include:

What pain points have companies encountered adopting and applying ASC 606 in year 1? 
What type of input on ASC 606 has the SEC and FASB received from companies so far in year 1? 
What are the costs and benefits of ASC 606, from both the companies' and SEC's respective standpoints? 
What should companies expect on ASC 606 going forward, based on the SEC's and auditors' areas of focus

It is our goal to provide you with the resources to help you in your adoption. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to our sales team at sales@softrax.com

About The Hosts

Kristen Lawson, CPA
Sales Engineer, SOFTRAX
Kristen Lawson is a Sales Engineer in Softrax’s Boston office, primarily focused on coordinating and streamlining the pre-sales process for Softrax Revenue Manager. She brings her technical accounting and consulting experiences from the Big 4 to the Softrax team. 
Graham Hulme
VP, Product Management, SOFTRAX

Graham Hulme is the Vice President in charge of Product Management for the Softrax business unit of AFS Technologies. He is responsible for all aspects of product functionality, features, and design for Softrax Revenue Manager, with a laser focus on ensuring companies succeed in adopting and enhancing compliance with ASC 606. 

 

Matt Svetich
Director, Effectus Group

Matt Svetich is a Director in Effectus Group’s technical accounting and IPO practices and has over 20 years of experience in accounting, including 10 years at KPMG. Matt has worked with all types of companies from start-ups to large public companies valued at over $10 billion.


Prior to joining Effectus, Matt was one of the managing partners of a successful international accounting firm focused on cross-border transactions. He is a Certified Public Accountant in California and holds a master's degree in Accounting and a dual bachelor degree in Economics and Business Administration.