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The Finance in IT Procurement – Answering the Difficult Questions!
Wednesday, March 20, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM EST
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The Finance in IT Procurement – Answering the Difficult Questions!

Date:  Wednesday – March 20, 2019

Time: Noon – 1:15 p.m. ET

Speaker: James Johnson, PHD

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Join us to get the answers to the procurement industries most challenging Finance questions. This interactive 1.25-hour topic, shared with your peers and the experts, will not only spend time understanding the problem but the solutions to these questions will be discussed in detail.

Why is this topic important to the everyday Procurement Professional? Because understanding some of these fringe topics will allow you interact more intelligently with your internal team (or stakeholders) and your increased knowledge will give you the upper hand when negotiating with prospective vendors. Don’t get bamboozled by the vendor!

We will be hearing from thought leaders in the field today, with in-depth experience on these financial IT procurement issues. Interaction from attendees will also shed significant light on these topics and more!

Members:  $10, Nonmembers:  $40

Presentation Outline – Formal Agenda:

  1. 1.      Growth rates, cash flow & profitability
    1. Rate of growth
    2. Cash flow
    3. Profitability
  2. 2.      Liquidity
    1. Working capital
    2. Current Ratio
    3. CA = current assets
    4. CL = current liabilities
    5. Working capital defined
    6. Net working capital defined
    7. Current ratio defined
  3. Software Taxation
  4. Total Cost of Ownership
    1. Elements composing TCO
  5. TCO & Government
  6. Benefits of TCO
  7. Financial Reporting & SEC
    1. 10-K
    2. 10-Q
    3. 8-k
  8. Lease types
    1. Operating
    2. Synthetic
    3. Capital
    4. Single investor
    5. Conditional sale
  9. Software Provider—revenue recognition
  10. Tech Lease Contracts—metrics
  11. Sustainable growth
    1. What is it?
    2. Why is it important?
  12. Public Companies
    1. Financial statements of parent company
    2. Financial statements of subsidiaries
  13. Lease Relationships
    1. Lease rates
    2. Rents (lease payments)
    3. Lease term
    4. Residual value assumed (priced in)
  14. Software
    1. Capitalized
    2. Expensed

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