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Monthly meeting April 15

  • 04/15/2015
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Seasons 52, 2502 East Camelback Road, Phoenix 85016


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The Receivables Race to Maximize Control and Automation

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

11:30 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.

Seasons 52, 2502 East Camelback Road, Phoenix 85016


Partial members and guests: $30

Full members: included in annual membership


Payment is by PayPal. If you need to pay by check, please register with check payment and then complete the form on the Offline Meeting Registration tab of our web site.


Please register even if you have a full membership so that we have an accurate attendee count.


The A/R landscape is changing, and so are the strategies and options for creating a fine-tuned payments processing engine. Successful companies are learning how to drive enhanced automation and control into their receivables process.  This presentation reviews the trends and best practices that are helping companies move ahead of the pack.  Join us and learn how to develop a strategy that drives efficiency and optimizes working capital.  Audiences will learn:

•   The common hurdles to achieve straight-through processing of electronic receivables
•   The key components of an accounts receivable collections strategy and how to develop one
•   Proven strategies for reallocating A/R resources to boost efficiency
•   Discovering how to develop partnerships to optimize receivables 


Speaker: Mike Walford

Vice President, Treasury Management Working Capital Consultant, US Bank

Mike has been with U.S. Bank since November of 2012.  He joined to help establish a payables and receivables optimization model in Treasury Services.  Before that, Mike spent 24 years at competitive financial institutions working in treasury management, commercial card, and electronic presentment and payment technologies.  Mike is a Vice President of the Working Capital Team; Treasury Management groups dedicated to helping clients optimize their Accounts Payables and Accounts Receivables process.  In this role, Mike  supports the business through his innovative approach and change management expertise engaging clients in a full consultative selling approach, creating a working document that will create customer satisfaction and loyalty to US Bank.  Mike can be contacted at

Mike holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Communication from The University of Nebraska/Lincoln.


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