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FREE ON-DemAND WEBINAR

2018 SEC Disclosures Year in Review

Kristen Lawson
Graham Hulme
Matt Svetich

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

2018 SEC Disclosures Year in Review

In this webinar we will run through a hit list of key value points pulled from notable 2018 SEC filings by companies, SEC Comment Letters, and companies’ responses to those SEC Comment Letters.  In doing so, this will provide a solid foundation to successfully meet ASC 606 requirements in 2019 whether your company is going into year 2 of ASC 606 or going into year 1’s adoption of the new revenue recognition standard.

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About The Hosts

Kristen Lawson
Sales Engineer, SOFTRAX
Kristen is a Sales Engineer in Softrax’s Boston office, focused on coordinating and streamlining the pre-sales process. She is an active CPA in the state of Massachusetts, and came to Softrax with consulting experience in Accounting, Strategy and Operations, and Technology and Innovations from Deloitte.
Graham Hulme
VP, Product Management, SOFTRAX
As the VP of Product Management, Graham is primarily focused on Softrax's revenue management, subscription management, and billing solutions. He has a strong background in dealing with complex business requirements across multiple industries for companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. His experience with standalone revenue management solutions spans from the inception of the market to today in various roles: Client Management, Product Development, and now Product Management. He is responsible for all aspects of product functionality, features, and design to meet companies’ current and future revenue management needs and has a laser focus in helping companies succeed in adopting 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.