FISCAL launches Strategic Advisory Board to engage customers and steer innovation and development
Press Release | 19th December 2016
Reading, UK – 19th December 2016: FISCAL Technologies, the world-leading provider of accounts payable forensic software, has formed a Strategic Advisory Board of high-level customers and FISCAL executives to discuss and collaborate on strategic issues affecting the purchase-to-pay function.
The inaugural meeting was held at FISCAL’s offices in Reading in December and included senior finance managers from local and health authorities and public companies, in discussion with FISCAL’s executive management and development team. The Board will meet regularly to network and discuss ways to empower employees within this finance function and develop the best solutions to overcome the challenges facing P2P.
Lesley Reeve, Chief Operations Officer at FISCAL said: “We were overwhelmed by the enthusiasm and engagement shown by all the participants at the first Strategic Advisory Board meeting. The customer board members recognise the long-term value and benefit of discussing their challenges with us and participating in the development of preventative solutions designed to help them. Engaging with our customers cooperatively enables us to incorporate solutions into our product development cycle that will directly benefit all of our customers. We are all looking forward to the next meeting in March.”
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About FISCAL Technologies:
FISCAL Technologies is the leading provider of forensic solutions that empower purchase-to-pay teams across the globe to protect organisational spend.
Incorporating unique technology to reduce risk in the supply chain, FISCAL solutions are used on a continuous, preventative basis to protect supplier spend, defend against fraud, increase profitability and drive process improvement.
Since 2003, FISCAL has safeguarded hundreds of millions of payments and is now relied on by over 250 leading organisations.
For more information, please visit www.fiscaltec.co.uk.
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