NetZealous announces successful completion of two-day seminar on “Cash Management: A User's Perspect

NetZealous announces successful completion of two-day seminar on “Cash Management: A User's Perspect from Netzealous

By: Netzealous  06/08/2016
Keywords: Cash Management, Cash Flow Management, Seminar

Fremont, CA, Apr. 15: Ray Graber, President of Graber Associates, LLC was the Director of a two-day seminar that was organized in San Diego on April 14 and 15, 2016 by NetZealous Services, a leading provider of regulatory compliance trainings for a wide range of regulated industries. The topic of this seminar was “Cash Management: A User's Perspective - The How's, Why's and Wherefores”. The seminar’s objectives: Cash management and its contents, and how it applies to a user formed the core outline of this seminar. The Director of this very informative and perceptive seminar ran the participants through all the issues and aspects of the banking sector in the US. More details about the seminar can be had from http://www.globalcompliancepanel.com/control/globalseminars/~product_id=900492SEMINAR?cash-management-San-Diego The difficulties a bank’s commercial customer faces with issues such as multiple sign-ons and navigating to different websites to access the various ancillary features in the TM suite, which constitute a veritable maze, were the starting point of this seminar. The Director of this seminar then moved on to the topic of administering security and end-user rights across the suite from several different locations. Lack of integration is the reason for the existence of issues such as these and the inability of the customer in utilizing the bank’s TM suite. Addressing these issues requires the bank to pay total attention to integration, which lies at the soul of banking operations. The larger the bank is; the greater the number of issues it is up against, and with it, the need for integration. The sooner a bank integrates its functions and the more effectively it does it; the greater the level of satisfaction it can bring about in its customers. These are the core aspects of cash management. All of the bank’s ancillary products, such as ACH, positive pay and bill pay are secondary to and part of the core function, namely Internet cash management. The Director of this seminar explained how to ensure that all these fall into place, as if in a jigsaw puzzle. About the speaker: Ray Graber is President of Graber Associates, LLC. His business experience includes banking technology research at Tower Group; best practices internet security, policies, and procedures at FleetBoston Financial; wire transfer operations and product launches at Citibank and BankBoston; and treasury operations for a $325 million public company. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and an MBA in Finance and MIS, both from Boston College. About NetZealous: NetZealous, a Fremont, CA-registered organization, is a source for a wide range of professional trainings, compliance trainings and consulting for the regulated industries. GCP offers a broad range of high quality regulatory and compliance-related services relating to medical devices, pharmaceutical, FDA, clinical trials, laboratory compliance, biologicals, drugs, food and biotechnology. Following the successful conduct of this seminar, Satisha Naraharimurthy, CEO of NetZealous, felt that this seminar was very well received by its participants because it offered them clarity and put issues facing cash management in perspective. Shahanshah Manzoor, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer believes that this seminar covered a very important part of the US cash management scenario as it exists today. Implementing the right steps for ensuring integration, which was taught at this seminar, is important for banks, he feels. Liju Mathew, Co-Founder and Chief Business Development Officer at NetZealous is elated that this seminar went down very well with its participants. He is hopeful that the learning offered at this seminar will help participants put it to good use in their cash management operations and help them improve their bottom line by being able to serve their customers better. Contact information: Call: 1-800-447-9407

Keywords: Cash Flow Management, Cash Management, Seminar