Best Practices to Help Your Team Improve Efficiency in Credit and Collections
Throughout these difficult times, we have been faced with fewer resources, increased risk, and accounts receivables that require more focus and attention than ever before. This session will walk you through effective techniques that will make the job of assessing the risk of your customers easier while also prioritizing your collection efforts and collecting receivables.
This webinar is designed for Credit Managers, Credit Analysts, Accounts Receivable Professionals, Order to Cash Professionals, Revenue Cycle Managers, Controllers, and Credit Risk Professionals.
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About the Presenter
President & CEO, Cortera
Jim is the president and CEO of Boca Raton, FL-based Cortera. Cortera provides innovative data and analytics solutions that power business-to-business interactions. Cortera’s information and technologies deliver behavioral intelligence on millions of businesses. The wide range of applications of these insights include credit decisioning, sales & marketing intelligence, supply chain insights, and other risk management needs.
Prior to joining Cortera, Jim was the chief operating officer of LexisNexis Risk Management, where he was responsible for the unit’s commercial markets. He joined LexisNexis through its acquisition of Seisint. As Executive Vice President, Jim held various executive leadership positions at Seisint in operations, sales, marketing, product and business development. LexisNexis’ $775 million acquisition of Seisint was the largest acquisition of a venture-backed company in 2004.
Before Seisint, Jim was a senior vice president at Modus Operandi, a management and technology consulting firm specializing in business process reengineering and automation for Fortune 500 clients.
Jim currently serves on the board of trustees of Rochester Institute of Technology. He has also served on the board of directors of several data, analytics, and software companies throughout his career.
Jim is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree.