The Cash Management Challenge: How to Do More with Less

On October 12th, OpusCapita, a company that helps organisations become more agile, efficient and productive by automating their financial processes, cordially invite you to the evening event.

We will be celebrating the release of OpusCapita’s highly anticipated book The Cash Management Challenge: How to Do More with Less.

This book provides answers to a range of topical questions, such as how the rapid growth in responsibilities of the finance department should be tackled. Cash management processes can be significantly improved through automation by allowing finance professionals to manage their work successfully, no matter how demanding the tasks have become. The book is aimed to finance professionals as well as IT professionals, board members, CEOs, business owners, and in fact, for anyone interested in the topic.

Please come and enjoy tasty Italian food and excellent wines with us.

Event details / RSVP here:
Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Time: 18.00, bus transportation from the EuroFinance 2011 venue, Marriott Rome Park Hotel, Italy, via Colonnello Tommaso Masala.
Venue: Sheraton Golf Parco dè Medici Hotel & Resort,
Address: Viale Salvatore Rebecchini 39, Rome

This event is FREE but limited to the first 50 guests registered. Please, send your registration at with your name and publication/company.

With nearly 30 years of experience in cash management solutions OpusCapita helps organisations to become more agile and efficient by automating financial processes. OpusCapita’s over 1600 customers are privately held companies as well as organisations in the public sector - the software is used in more than 50 countries. OpusCapita is the European benchmark in cash flow automation - investing significantly in R&D to deliver user-friendly, state of the art finance software. OpusCapita employs 130 financial management and IT professionals in Finland, Sweden and Denmark. The company was established in 1984, since 2011 OpusCapita is part of Itella Information.

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