Turning data into decisions: a practical guide

Sponsored by: The Access Group

Focused on:

  • Data
  • Technology

Date: 5 December


Time: 11AM London

Ops director Tracy Jeffery found a way to unify siloed data, streamlining board decisions, simplifying reports and cutting headcount. Join us to find out how.

Collecting and reconciling data from disparate systems is a problem most companies face. Finance and ops folk want to spend their time on analysis and insight, not chasing data. And board members want to be making smarter business decisions, now wondering whether they’re working with half-truths.

It doesn’t need to be this way. Tracy Jeffery, Ops Director at international recruitment firm Amoria Bond, solved these challenges by making a few key changes to her software and processes. Productivity, efficiency and cashflow have all increased. But headcount hasn’t. (No wonder she’s popular with her board colleagues.)

Your own problems are complex, of course – but so were Amoria Bond’s. With offices around the world, operating in different currencies and with differing reporting needs across various departments, it struggled with disparate systems that weren’t able to provide the information needed for smart decisions, and were a huge drain on resources. Fixing those problems has opened a world of opportunities.

On this webinar, you’ll hear the lessons Tracy learned on increasing visibility across all parts of the business, improving board reports and saving significant costs on full time hires. Even if you can’t make it, can you afford not to have someone listening in? Whether it’s you or a finance, IT or ops person who signs up, this is one case study your business can’t afford to miss.

Presented by

Tracy Jeffery,

Operations Director at Amoria Bond

Tracy has managed operations for recruitment specialist Amoria Bond for eight years. The firm has offices in Amsterdam, Singapore, Manchester and Cologne covering four divisions. Tracy led the project to improve Amoria Bond’s productivity through automating and integrating its systems, leading to increased efficiencies and real-time reporting and also saved on two full-time hires.

Richard Young,

Consulting editor

Richard Young has been writing about business for 20 years. In 2001 he launched Real Finance, editing the FDs’ magazine until 2006 when he went freelance. He now divides his time between agency Progressive Content; writing and editing for financial media outlets and corporate clients; chairing conferences and events; and his own one-day workshop on Better Business Writing.

Steve Blundell,

Chief Financial Officer at the Access Group

Steve is the CFO for the Access Group. In addition, he has held director-level positions in finance and operations in the information technology and services industry for over 20 years.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Speed up data reconciliation and vastly improve visibility into business activities.
  • Harness data to solve real business problems by tweaking processes and technology.
  • Get a complete and unified view of activities – insights to make finance more strategic.
  • Create headroom for growth in part through more efficient use of human capital.


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