Don't Dumb Down Your Billing Processes: Strategies for Meeting Complex Billing Challenges
It’s not uncommon for companies to employ multiple pricing strategies for their products and services. Some may be simple, but business conditions often warrant more sophisticated approaches to value creation. In this recorded webcast, senior finance leaders from different industries discuss what they have in common: sophisticated pricing models that create complex billing challenges. These executives will share their experiences, strategies, and best practices for managing complex billing challenges, and the dozens of considerations that factor into their decision-making.
In this recorded webcast, our panelists:
- Share their firsthand experiences reconciling sophisticated pricing strategies with complex billing processes
- Address the real drivers of billing complexity, and how automation and technology can help address these challenges
- Answer your questions on how they’ve embraced agile monetization strategies for their businesses
About the Speakers
Gareth Morrison, Vice President of Finance, Vertafore
Before taking on his role as Vice President of Finance with Vertafore, Gareth Morrison held C-suite and senior-level financial roles, primarily with companies in the software industry. His responsibilities in his current role encompass broad financial management and strategic planning, as well as management of transaction processing, which, in addition to usage- and tiered-based billing, includes recurring billing to more than 20,000 customers on a monthly basis.
Chris Mackley, Director of Finance, SBM Management Services
In his role as Director of Finance with SBM Management Services, Chris Mackley has responsibility over financial reporting, systems development, and process improvement.
About the Moderator
Joe Fleischer, Editorial Director, Finance Channel, Argyle Executive Forum
In his role as finance channel editorial director with Argyle Executive Forum, Joe Fleischer focuses on developing virtual events on topics that reflect the primary concerns and priorities of senior finance executives. He is based in New York.