[Singapore] School of Receipt Bank: introduction webinar
School of Receipt Bank: Graduate with Honours and never have to go on a wild goose hunt for paper receipts again.By e27 Editorial Staff 04 Jun, 2014
Join us for a two-hour Receipt Bank tour that covers set up, ways to submit receipts and invoices to Receipt Bank, and integrating Receipt Bank with Xero.
Futurebooks is a silver partner of Receipt Bank, the cloud accounts payable software and Xero-add on.
Graduate with Honours and never have to go on a wild goose hunt for paper receipts again. This webinar is ideal for directors from both Singapore and Hong Kong startups.
- Start: Thursday, 19 June, 2014 06:30 p.m.
- End: Thursday, 19 June, 2014 08:00 p.m.
- Venue : AnyMeeting (Webinar)
- Country :Singapore
- E-mail :[email protected]
- Register here
- Organizer : Futurebooks
Who should attend:
Owners and directors of Singapore and Hong Kong startups who want to slash administrative time.
Whether your company is a tech startup, consulting business or a food and beverage outlet, directors will benefit from the operating efficiency of using Receipt Bank.
What the session will cover:
This webinar will take you through a complete Receipt Bank setup, how to submit receipts and invoices, rebilling clients, and integrating Receipt Bank with Xero. The key takeaways include:
– multiple ways to submit receipts to Receipt Bank;
– process payments directly, eliminating the need to touch micro transactions;
– three working days to process and present a receipt in Xero.
How the session is organised:
The presentation will run for approximately an hour, followed by an interactive Q&A session. Post your comments below now if you’d like us to address your questions prior or after the webinar by commenting below. Remember to hashtag #Fbwebinar when you tweet, facebook or instagram this!
About the speaker:
Namita Sethi is a Certified Practicing Accountant from CPA Australia with close to eight years of professional experience. As the Finance Manager and Systems Analyst of Futurebooks, she rules forensic accounting. Namita brings her auditor’s hat to her role at Futurebooks; conducting financial analysis and investigating cloud software before implementing them internally and for clients.