LeverX team visits the first Belarusian forum for corporate CFOs "Challenges and trends in the profession" and gives away free certificates to the attendees
This autumn we are seeing the inception of a new community. Belarusian capital hosts the first ever CIS forum for chief financial officers at the great conference hall of Belarus Hotel, eager to discuss the biggest challenges and best practices of financial management.
November 26 more than 150 CFOs and corporate financial managers gathered for the first time to talk about the problems and challenges in their profession. Altogether Minsk welcomed 523 attendees that attended 11 conferences and 13 workshops and just mingled and networked with their colleagues from other countries.
We've seen genuine interest in meeting up with the brightest and most active members of financial community who spoke to the public about building the team and managing company finances in an effective way during a hard economy.
LeverX took part in the forum as an IT partner. We were glad to have this opportunity to actively engage with CFOs and financial managers and speak about the most serious problems that their departments face today – managing financial flows, assembling the team and keeping people happy, supporting lean manufacturing processes, and avoiding red tape in business.
We also enjoyed the opportunity to talk about our experience and the solutions that work best for streamlining financial processes in Russian and Belarusian companies.
LeverX team seized this chance to lead a small giveaway of certificates for free analysis and strategy development of business processes, forecast and IT development of the company for the next 5 years.
We've noticed that a significant part of businesses already use SAP-based systems to automate their business processes. For them we prepared free certificates for consulting and optimization of their financial SAP solutions.
LeverX team is grateful to CFO.by for this awesome chance to connect with so many interesting people and we hope to see the forum grow bigger in 2017!