Revenue Assurance – How to ensure business financial security?
Data collected during RA audits and deployments by companies such as EY, PWC, BCG and WeDoTechnologies show that companies lose on average between 2% and 5% of their income by inadequately securing their business on the trial side.
RA is identifying revenue loss, recovering lost revenue, securing further loss, continuous monitoring, and process optimisation. Comprehensive and systematic actions in the layers of people, processes, risks, models, IT environments and performance indicators ensure that every penny paid is invoiced, paid and reported in the future.
Industries that process large volumes of data (transactions) or settle a large number of customers are prone to lose up to 5% of their revenue. Titles of revenue loss vary and depend on the industry.
The full article was published in Controlling and Management magazine 1/2016…
Controlling i Zarządzanie
1 sty 2016
Relation – VIII Forum Financial Performance & Controlling Management
Effective financial processes for increasing business profitability
25-26.X.2016, HOTEL COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT, WARSAW
I had the great pleasure of being able to join the seventh edition of this meeting and share its experience in the area of Revenue Assurance in the panel: Enterprise Business Assurance – how to ensure business financial security. I am also very pleased that, in the light of the opinions received from the participants, my lecture on a scale of 1-5 was one of the two highest rated lectures with notes: 4,6 (essentials) and 4,8 (presentation). Highly rated my topic table on Revenue Assurance: 4.4 (merit) and 4.4 (speech) were also rated.
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ERRA Regulatory Innovation Day (ERID)
Poznań (Poland), May 2016
My participation in Discussion panel: Financing innovations: shared sources between regulators, utilities, start-ups and new technology providers
Link do Innopower
Moderator: Marcin Burda – Director, London Office – Barclays Investment Bank
Antonio Vidigal – President of EDP Innovation, EDP-Energias de Portugal, S.A. (introducing EDP’ internal innovation ecosystem)
Witold Sugalski – Director of Development and Innovation at GK PGE, Poland
Agnieszka Okońska – CFO, Director of the Finance and Regulation ENERGA OPERATOR SA
PhD. Michał Turczyk – Director in R&D and Government Incentives team, Deloitte
Susanne Nies – manager, Corporate Affairs, ENTSO E
Discussing the hesitation of regulators and the financial institutions; how to “ensure” that the supported new innovative technologies or solutions will better serve the system regulation needs and consumer interest. Introducing the regulatory thinking how to rely on competition to drive innovation against level playing field and how to share the risk of R&D and implementation of new innovations between developers, energy companies and end-users.
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