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Scrutinizing the Bottom Line—Managing the Back Office and Reallocating Working Capital

The Panel

  • Anne Plese, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Rimini Street
  • Keith Lubell, Chief Technology Officer, Berkery Noyes
  • Jay Boyd, Principal Consultant, ML Consulting
  • Louis Rosato, Director, BlackRock
  • Moderator: Victor Anderson, Global Content Director, WatersTechnology

Capital markets firms, their shareholders and their clients are now scrutinizing the bottom line more than at any point in the past to ensure they are operating as efficiently as possible, while simultaneously directing working capital to parts of the business responsible for driving innovation and generating revenue.

A key aspect of that drive entails firms handing over enterprise resource planning support for commoditized business functions to a third-party support specialist—a strategy that has enabled companies to redirect millions of dollars to drive growth, costs and improve operations, more accurately and cost-effectively than traditional approaches.

Topics discussed:

  • How capital markets firms can improve back-office maintenance and efficiencies while unlocking working capital and redirecting it to the front office
  • Key business benefits of partnering with third-party support specialists and how to quantify these benefits
  • Attributes and qualities firms should look for in a third-party support specialist and how to structure that relationship.
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