CFOs today depend on the strategic function of treasurers than in previous years. One reason why treasurers’ role has become more aligned to the CFO’s agenda is a direct result of the treasurer’s ability to unlock value within the organization at a low cost, and drive strategic objectives of the CFO, such as offering a more comprehensive view of cash and payments, acquisition strategies and capital allocation strategies.
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Greg Person, vice president, global presales
Greg has 15+ years experience as a finance and treasury practitioner. He has worked both for in-house teams (including Microsoft, EMC Corporation and Boston Scientific), as well as treasury technology vendors, so has seen both sides of the coin.
Just like all native New Englanders, Greg is an avid Red Sox and Pats fan, but he tends to keep this quiet when in Kyriba's New York office.
Innovative treasurers are constantly seeking new ways to improve operations and streamline workflows. One of the most effective solutions, multilateral netting (MLN), is an ageless classic that can add real economic value. Surprisingly, many global organizations who manage multiple currencies have yet to adopt this proven treasury workflow solution.
Greg Person, Kyriba's Vice President of Global Presales, sits down with Guido Haarmans, Vice President of NetSuite's Developer Programs and Business Development to discuss the CFO’s changing role, shifts in the market, and the types of solutions that are necessary for the inevitable progression.
The treasurer’s strategic value to the organization is evolving toward efficiently managing working capital, to meet the growing liquidity needs of their expanding companies.