For the first time in over two years Cashbook will be exhibiting at an in-person event. To say we are excited to get back on the road and meet people face to face is an understatement! On the 5th and 6th of April 2022, Cashbook will be in Manchester, England as Gold Sponsors of the Infor M3UA UK Conference. It has also been two years since this fantastic M3 user conference was able to be held in person.
The M3 user conference is due to be worth the wait, there are some great guest speakers lined up including Anwen Robinson, Ole Rasmussen and Brad Revell (all from Infor), along with David Spurway (IBM), and Nigel Montgomery (Industry Advisor). The exhibition hall will be bustling over the two days with many M3 Vendors. Cashbook will be exhibiting to discuss and demonstrate how we automate multiple financial processes for M3 customers with our software modules.
The annual conference dinner, entertainment and networking event takes place on the evening of Tuesday 5th. A great opportunity to catch up with everyone again after such a long time. Cashbook will be speaking at the event. Greg Coulter, CEO, and David Rushe, Global Sales Manager, present a breakout session on Wed 6th at 11.15am in the ‘Manchester Suite’ – full details on this session are listed at the end of this article.
We are so looking forward to this event to show M3 Users all of the improvements, we have made to our cash automation solutions over the last two years. If you would like to meet Cashbook at the M3UA UK Conference – you can email David Rushe to arrange a chat. We hope to see you at our breakout session below, or stop by our exhibition booth in the conference networking area. See you there!
Breakout Session: Wed 6th April – 11.15am – ‘Manchester Suite’
“Automating Accounts Receivables, Deductions, and Bank Reconciliation in M3”.
“Discover how to automate your Cash Application, Deductions and Bank Reconciliation process in M3. Remittances such as emails (PDF, HTML, or Text) are imported into Cashbook, each creating a unique customer template. Imported remittance data is auto-matched against customer invoice data achieving high automation %’s. Manage deductions through their life cycle. Bank reconciliation is achieved by matching cash you’ve received to your bank control account data. Hear examples from completed M3 projects.”