Companies are finding complexities, unforeseen issues and heavy resource needs as they work through implementation of the new revenue recognition standard, ASC 606. Understanding the requirements and changes your organization may need make is critical in planning a successful implementation of the new revenue recognition accounting standard.
Join Baker Tilly and Softrax for a discussion of the challenges companies are facing and the surprises popping up along the road to ASC 606 implementation.
During this ASC 606 webinar you will learn:
During this webinar we will identify the top 5 implementation challenges of the new ASC 606 standard that we believe organizations will need to consider in order to successfully adopt the new guidelines.
Who Should Attend?
This ASC 606 webinar is designed to help accounting and financial executives from companies desiring to comply with FASB’s ASC 606 Revenue Recognition Standard. The requirements in the new standard may present complex challenges for many companies in various industries. Industries that may benefit from this webinar, but not limited to Energy and utilities, including telecommunications, Manufacturing/distribution, Retail, Software/ technology, Healthcare, Transportation, and Media/Publishing.
Attendees of this ASC 606 webinar will be eligible for 1.0 CPE credit. Softrax is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.
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Jeff leads Softrax’s Solution Advisory function in the West region, advising clients on revenue management issues related to Softrax Revenue Manager. He was formerly both an Auditor and Consulting partner with Ernst & Young and Capgemini, and has held multiple leadership positions with technology businesses in the Bay Area.
Philip’s experience includes leadership within the audit and accounting practice, risk management, quality assurance, and technical resources and capabilities. He is a past member of the AICPA’s Financial Reporting Executive Committee, which is the senior committee addressing accounting standards and provides comments to the FASB and guidance on the application of accounting standards for a wide array of industries.