In today's data-driven business landscape, accounting teams are facing a growing challenge—how to manage the ever-increasing volume of financial data effectively. This insightful session will delve into cutting-edge strategies that help modern controllers streamline and optimize revenue management while automating the reporting process. You'll gain a comprehensive understanding of how controllers can upskill to take greater ownership of financial data, enhance reporting capabilities, and make a strategic impact on executive decision-making.
John Glasgow is the CEO / Co-founder of Campfire - modern revenue management software for accounting and finance teams at mid-size companies. Previously, he was VP, of Business Development and Partnerships at Bill.com, joining via the acquisition of Invoice2go for $625 million. At Invoice2go he led partnerships and corporate development. Before that, he was the Director of Commerce Strategy at Adobe, which included setting the vision and strategy for the Adobe Commerce product portfolio, M&A and competitive differentiation.
Daniel deCoen is a finance professional and licensed CPA, currently serving as the Controller at Mojo, a leader in live sports gaming products. Prior to his current role, he held the position of Assistant Controller at Volta Charging. Daniel's journey in the finance and technology sector includes significant roles at renowned companies like Uber, Postmates by Uber, Logikcull.com, Wells Fargo, Maillie LLP, and KPMG US. He is a graduate of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School where he received an MBA, and York College of Pennsylvania, where he received a BS in Accounting and is currently pursuing an MS in Data Science from Northwestern University.