The transition from traditional to recurring revenue models comes with a range of new billing and revenue recognition challenges. New Guidance and revenue recognition changes are greatly impacting the subscription based economy.
Join experts from CBIZ & MHM, Vindicia, and SOFTRAX as we discuss how to get your business ready for the new revenue recognition guidance. Discover the implications of the revenue recognition standards, and learn about technology solutions that can enable you to manage your application of the new standards once implemented.
During this webinar, you will learn how to:
Identify Performance Obligations of new revenue recognition guidelines.
The impact on Internal Controls
Overcome implementation challenges
Bradford Hale, CPA, CBIZ & MHM
Brad has extensive experience providing audit and consulting services to public companies. He assists clients with new standard implementation, review of complex contracts and technical account matters, initial public offerings and SEC reporting. As a member of MHM's Professional Standards Group, Brad provides technical expertise to engagement teams and clients regarding revenue recognition and public company reporting.
Jeff Halden, Solution Advisor, Softrax
Jeff grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and has worked there as a Partner with Ernst & Young, and a Vice President for Cap Gemini in their Finance and Accounting practices, and multiple early stage businesses. He attended UC Davis, holds MBA and MHA post graduate degrees from Tulane University, and is a CPA.
Doug Smith, VP of Customer Success, Vindicia
Doug has over 20 years of experience in technology development and professional services in enterprise software and telecommunications. His primary areas of focus are professional services practice development and enterprise-scale integration strategy. Prior to joining Vindicia, Doug was responsible for technology assessment and product portfolio strategy for Openwave Systems in the Office of the CTO. Before Openwave, Doug was a regional CTO for Portal Software, where he led relationships with strategic accounts in both professional services and product technology. He also drove the company's product shift from Internet billing into the telecom carrier market. Previously Doug worked in Accenture's telecommunications practice, delivering billing and customer care platforms for major clients both domestically and internationally. Doug also has also led technology development at several early-stage start-ups. Doug has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Purdue University.