Thursday, January 21st, 2020 11:00am PT | 1:00pm CT | 2:00pm ET | 7:00pm GMT | 8:00pm CET

Webinar: Grow Your eCommerce Retail Business by Eliminating Your Financial Complexities

Joint Webinar with Baker Tilly

In 2019, online purchases represented only 16% of the $3.76 trillion in total retail sales in the U.S. However, the recent pandemic has flipped the script on that narrative as the U.S. eCommerce sales jumped to 33% by April 2020. That’s 10 years of industry growth in just three short months. This dramatic change in how consumers shop has also created significant challenges in how retail eCommerce businesses complete their everyday business process including their month-end close. In order to grow and adapt to the changing demands and behaviors of consumers, retail organizations must enable their finance functions with effective business processes and financial automation software so they can effectively close their books on time and deliver the critical business insights that is needed to keep pace in this evolving market.

Join this webinar with Trintech and Baker Tilly as we discuss how financial close automation can help retail organizations:

  • Streamline and centralize internal financial processes
  • Automate repetitive, low-risk tasks
  • Import new financial records to simplify high-volume matching
  • Configure custom accounting reports that give you greater transparency into your finances
Jesse LaJoye

Jesse LaJoye – Director, Partner Engagement, Trintech

Takoradi Harris – Director of Mid-Market Pre-Sales, Trintech

Zak Everson – Partner, Baker Tilly







Register to this webinar

*This event is worth 1 CPE Credit!

Learning objectives:

  • Discuss how financial close automation can help streamline and centralize internal financial processes
  • Learn how financial close automation can help automate repetitive, low-risk tasks

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Program Knowledge Level: Intermediate

Program Prerequisites: None

Program Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based

Field of Study: Accounting