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How to Optimize Your Inventory, Cash Flow, and Supply Chain to Boost Profits in 2021
The forces that are changing Supply Chain can improve your cash conversion cycle and overall health of your business. Now more than ever, businesses must find ways to improve visibility into cash flows, end-to-end real-time inventory control, and outstanding payables to make more informed decisions. Whether you’re responsible for managing inventory or responsible for collections and payments, chances are your role can have a major impact on this critical business metric.

In this 60-minute Webinar and Q&A, Bob Carver, VP of Cloud Inventory Solutions for DSI, and Carlos Vega, CEO & Co-Founder of Tesorio, will provide actionable insights and advice on:

- Why Cash Conversion Cycle (CCC) is one of the most important business metrics

- How Supply Chain, inventory management, collections, and payments intersect to drive revenue, profit, and business health

- Which functions and roles must align and work together to optimize CCC

- Specific client use cases and ways your organization can adapt to improve the overall financial health of your business

Sep 24, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Bob Carver
Vice President, Cloud Inventory Solutions @DSI
A highly successful leader with over thirty years of supply chain experience, Bob’s professional career has entailed implementing a broad range supply chain management and execution solutions to Fortune 500 enterprises. Bob has worked predominately with C-level executives and understands how to transform their business objectives to actionable solutions. Bob has worked extensively in the manufacturing, retail, consumer product goods, 3PL, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, government (defense) and wholesale distribution industry verticals.
Carlos Vega
CEO/Co-Founder @Tesorio
Carlos is Co-Founder and CEO at Tesorio. Tesorio empowers CFOs and finance teams to boost profits and cash flow performance by using artificial intelligence to better manage, predict, and collect cash. Previously, he spent a decade working in finance in various roles. His experience includes investment banking with Lazard in Latin America, co-founding a factoring company, and working for the CFO of GM's pension fund. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with an MBA from the Wharton School and a BA in Economics from the College of Arts & Sciences.