With the sudden change in sales for many businesses, the scramble to figure out operational cash flow needs is well underway. A deep understanding of your obligations and how you prioritize each one should be considered when making these decisions. Using a cash forecast to minimize surprises and enable these conversations could still be your competitive advantage. Join us as we discuss key components of the cash cycle, how to build a cash model, and find insights using that model and how to use these insights to make business decisions.
Amy Julian is a Director in the Advisory Services practice of Brown Smith Wallace where she helps businesses create and implement their strategy for business process transformation with a specialization in sourcing, procurement and working capital.
Amy’s approach brings together insights on data, tools, people and processes to recommend changes and lead transformative projects. She uses her hands-on project management experience to deliver results that clearly tie to the project objectives. She also identifies capability gaps and puts in place actions to close them. Her focus on change management and team engagement has helped ensure long-term sustainable results. Her project portfolio includes M&A related changes, functional re-designs, and business leadership for system integrations.
Amy holds an MBA and is a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.