NetSuite Executive Breakfast Series – ASC 606 – Dallas
About this Event
Have you gotten your auditors on-board, concluding how ASC 606 will impact your revenue recognition? But you aren’t sure how you will implement the changes? It’s a common challenge we are hearing from software and services companies – we are seeing a tipping point, where companies managing revenue in Excel may be manageable today, but isn’t scalable when introducing the new rules. Additionally, amortizing costs over the contract or disclosures, such as unbilled contracts, are creating new difficulties.
Come join us at The Capital Factory to learn how your peers are handling the same challenges and discuss how NetSuite equips companies to achieve compliance with ASC 606.
We will start with breakfast and networking, followed by thought leadership discussions.
Chuck Bunting is a Solution Consultant at NetSuite and helps software companies with their accounting and finance needs, including bringing best practices to the table. Chuck began his accounting career at Deloitte in their A&A group, has been an implementer of NetSuite as a Controller and Director of Accounting. He’s been through the IPO process twice, most recently at a Company that chose NetSuite to assist in complex revenue and subsidiary management.
- Madhav Surapaneni – Managing Director, N-Seam Solutions
- Mark Jistel – Director of Financial Advisory Services, Riveron
- Chuck Bunting – Solution Consultant, NetSuite
Parking and Lyft will be covered by NetSuite. If you use Lyft to get there, use the code ASC 606.
- 8:30-9:15 – Breakfast and Networking
- 9:15-9:45 – Keynote Speaker
- 9:45-10:45 – Panel discussion
- 10:45- 11 – Q&A
- 11-11:30 – Networking
You can expect great conversation, breakfast and networking with other local Dallas tech companies.
We hope to see you there!