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free webinar for 1.0 CPE Credit

Don’t Get Hit by the Bus: Automation and Controls with DexYP

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MARCH 19, 2019 @ 1PM EST
Kristen Lawson
Tim Ryder

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03/19/2019 1:00 PM EST

What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

Don't Get Hit by the Bus: Automation and Controls with DexYP

Tim Ryder of DexYP will join us to discuss the unique challenges companies like DexYP face to handle complex revenue recognition requirements at scale.  This webinar will walk through the challenges, actions, and results associated with moving such complex business requirements into an automated, controlled, environment with SOFTRAX Revenue Manager.

1.0 CPE Credit will be awarded for full participation in this webinar. 

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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.
Tim Ryder
Senior Staff Consultant - Financial Services

Mr. Ryder enjoys working with financial data and analyzing how revenue flows through large CRM systems to financial reporting. He is a results oriented leader recognized for the ability to develop creative solutions for a wide range of system, accounting opportunities and challenges. His diverse background has lead him to hold leadership positions in the following departments: revenue accounting, billing, financial systems, IT, cash, customer care, decision support, internal audit, external audit, tax, accounts payable, financial planning and analysis, marketing, pricing, law, procurement. Mr. Ryder has been with DexYP  for over two decades and his insight on DexYP automation and controls is a valuable resource.