Discover the key elements – people, process and technology – which make for a successful finance team, through a real-life case study showcasing the role of these elements and how they’ve helped task management software GetBusy thrive during the last year.
Learn how technology, people and process have all become a key enabler of the finance function, even more so in recent times, and how GetBusy has embraced technology to work in their favour.
Thomas Sutter, Finance Centre of Excellence, NetSuiteThomas is a career Finance Director and Controller who now works at Oracle NetSuite in the Global Solutions Centre of Excellence. Thomas is accustomed to HQ requirements, as well as handling all localisation demands across EMEA. At his last company for 6 years, they implemented and used NetSuite for 3 years, where Thomas was responsible for compliance in 6 countries. Thomas now works with customers in various ways to help them understand how NetSuite can support business growth with modern cloud technology, and for finance teams to evolve from their traditional back-office function. This includes specialising in international capabilities to help businesses scale for growth, meeting local compliance and reporting obligations, whilst at the same time allowing for localised user experience.
Jason Ross, Chief Information Officer, GetBusyJason is responsible for leading information technology, security and compliance throughout the GetBusy group. Jason has over 17 years’ experience in delivering successful IT projects and services, placing heavy emphasis on facilitating and managing change within a business through the development and implementation of specialised software. He has held positions within the business from technical support, operations and project management. Other organisations include Office of Energy (WA Australia) and Aumund Group. Jason holds a degree in Computer Science from Anglia Ruskin University.
NetSuite provides a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based unified package comprising key Accounting/ERP, CRM, and ecommerce capabilities. ICAEW accredited.
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