2017 Breakfast Seminar – 17th May – Save the Date
The Breakfast Seminar is back and it is set to be our biggest event to date. Last year we had to action a waiting list and sadly not everyone could join us. This year we are venturing out of our usual venue, simply because we have outgrown it, and are throwing our annual breakfast bash at Tanner Warehouse instead.
As always, this is a FREE event for all our clients to get together and talk about Paprika, what’s been newly released, and what’s coming next. We do hope you can make it and look forward to seeing you there!
Date: 17th May 2017
Location: Tanner Warehouse, 50 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3UD
Breakfast: Arrival teas, coffee, pastries and banana bread will be served.
Places available: 150
Places remaining: Fully Booked - please be aware we are now operating a waiting list. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to squeeze you in if someone cancels.
Who is this event for?
Our annual user group welcomes all Paprika users with a keen interest in getting the most out of their system. There’s no “one best way” to use Paprika, so this event offers a great opportunity to talk to other Paprika professionals about what works, what doesn’t and discuss best practice.
We also encourage new and prospective clients to join the Paprika community to learn more about fully integrated job costing and accounting systems. Needless to say, this event is an ideal time to talk to our network and listen to real user experiences.
Selwyn Pye – Owner – SP Consulting
As Head of Procurement & Financial Operations at iris Worldwide, Selwyn was responsible for managing an £100+ million cash flow through over 70 bank accounts, across 14 main currencies and 30+ entities. Now owner of SP Consulting, Selwyn helps other agencies streamline their own agency processes and incorporate new systems which deliver time and cost efficiencies - all vital elements leading to improved profit margins. In this talk, Selwyn will relive his time at iris to uncover some of the key Paprika tools and reports he used to improve cash collection, reduce debt and increase internal efficiencies. But also, he will discuss other ways agencies can make more and save more money, simply by reviewing and revising their Paprika set up.
Paul Purcell – FD Consultant – Impact Financial
As a qualified Chartered Management Accountant (CIMA), Paul has over 20 years’ experience at FD level within companies such as: Omnicom, Publicis and many other SME’s. Having used Paprika in numerous roles, he now specialises in adding value in the key areas of business and client profitability, management information systems, resource and capacity planning & KPI dashboards and translating those into 1- 3-year exit strategies. His talk will focus on cash flow forecasting, with emphasis on the Job Billing Forecast found within Job Forecaster and the Aged Creditors Report.
You may be wondering, what’s on the roadmap for Paprika? Nick Tomlinson, Founder and Managing Director of Paprika, will demo the latest functionality in Paprika and talk about his vision for what’s coming next. Nick will also do his usual “Question Time”, where we will have an open Q&A session.
Paprika’s Head Training & Implementation Consultant, Volker, will be speaking about reporting and forecasting tools in Paprika. There are many standard reports available, some you may know about and others you don’t. Volker will be discussing his favourites and covering some really useful reporting “how to’s”.
Former Global Revenue Accountant, India Quow, recently joined Paprika’s Client Engagement team as a Consultant. She will be focusing on forecasting tools within Paprika, specifically covering the following areas; forecast time (strategic time planner), job forecaster, both the forecast browsers (billing & income) and the correlation between them all.
How do I register for this event?
This event is fully booked - please be aware we are now operating a waiting list.
To get your name on the waiting list, email your name and company details to email@example.com. Jen will squeeze you in if someone cancels.
What happened last year?
If you missed the 2016 Breakfast Seminar and you want to see what went on, click here to our news coverage or watch this short video: