Now that you’ve heard about Skype for Business what’s next?
a. Is it right for your business?
b. How does it fit into your current communication infrastructure?
c. How does it factor into your plans for the future?
d. What can you expect to gain from a productivity perspective?
Join us for Part 1 of a two part series where we will present a technical overview of the new standard. We will also provide general information and best practices to consider when implementing the new revenue recognition standard.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
• Understand the principals of the new revenue recognition standard
• Determine how your company will adopt the new guidance based on the transition and retrospective adoption of the revenue recognition standard
• Anticipate the changes that can be expected by implementation of the new revenue recognition standard
• Make appropriate revenue recognition decisions
As 2015 draws to a close, regulators have issued a number of new requirements aimed at systemically important lenders. These include the FSB’s final TLAC principles for G-SIBs and the US Federal Reserve Board’s notice of proposed rulemaking regarding a long-term debt requirement, a TLAC requirement and a clean holding company requirement for US G-SIBs, and the intermediate holding companies of foreign (non-US) G-SIBs subject to an IHC requirement. Although consistent in their objectives, these all differ in certain important respects. The requirements will have broad impacts on the ways in which G-SIBs finance their operations. Given that banks are frequent debt issuers, the effects of these changes will impact the debt capital markets.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- The FSB’s final TLAC principles;
- The FRB’s proposed requirements;
- The principal differences between the FSB’s and the FRB’s approach;
- The planning required of G-SIBs in order to prepare to comply;
- Potential effects for foreign banks subject to both regimes; and
- Anticipated effect on how banks will fund going forward.
- Oliver Ireland, Morrison & Foerster
- Anna Pinedo, Morrison & Foerster
- Ahmet Yetis, UBS
- Todd Mahoney, UBS
- Danielle Myles, IFLR (moderator)
The end of the year is approaching and it is time to see what happened during this year in the Retail space and most important what are the trends that will come in 2016.
As we have seen during 2015, today shopping is social and mobile is the medium. We have read a lot about the so-called seamless experience as channels are transparent for customers. Successful retailers are true omnichannel organizations that deliver great experiences to their customers among channels smoothly. That is why they have been, and will continue to put their efforts into processes like store fulfilment, inventory accuracy, data integration across channels, multi-channel loyalty systems, and in-store technology like RFID or beacons.
We will talk about these and other trends of 2015 in the last webinar of the year, while opening the door to the new retail trends that are coming for 2016.
What Will You Learn?
- Overall view of the year: what happened in 2015?
- Key priority spending and coming trends for 2016
Who Should Attend?
- Retail CIOs
- Retail Business Areas Directors
- Retail IT Administrators
- Retail Consultants
Year-end tax activities can be overwhelming and put extra stress on you and your tax team. Corporations are often challenged to clarify what their priorities need to be when planning for year-end tax activities. As 2015 comes to a close, there are a number of important items that should be taken into consideration as part of your planning efforts. This 60-minute webinar will update participants on the latest federal, state and international tax developments.
By attending this session, participants will:
- Learn about international tax updates including corporate inversions legislation, transfer pricing, and income tax accounting issues and the potential impact on your organization.
- Understand the latest developments in federal tax requirements including uncertain tax benefits, recent FASB tax accounting agenda and tax accounting considerations for the new revenue recognition rules.
- Be aware of critical state income tax legislative modifications and plan how to address these changes.
The rush of holiday season is just around the corner - companies are bracing themselves for the deluge of traffic in the lead up to the end of the year and the busiest shopping period on the planet.
Even with the most sophisticated planning and science around expected peak traffic and sustained loads, there will always be that one scenario you could not foresee ... or could you? What if you had the ability to accurately simulate the waves of traffic ahead of time? Being able to simulate the stress put on your systems allows for identification and rectification of any issues, before it is crunch time.
This session will share 3 important steps your organization can take in the lead up to the holiday rush to ensure you not only survive, but thrive.
As a continuation of our webinar series “Retail Transformation for CIOs”, we present to you this new webinar called “Top Benefits of a Mobile-enabled and Cloud-ready Store Solution”, including an exclusive interview with Decathlon Sports India Head of IT by the CEO of Openbravo.
Retail CIOs are under pressure to enable the required transformation of physical stores into a new destination for customer engagement and interaction that supports the retailer omnichannel strategy. This transformation provides business opportunities but also creates new requirements that can be addressed by means of these types of store solutions, which are being increasingly adopted by leading retailers worldwide.
What will you learn?
- How the adoption of mobile store solutions can help to enhance customer experience by empowering store associates and delivering improved customer service
- How a cloud-ready store solution can dramatically simplify the in-store IT infrastructure for higher business agility and flexibility
- The experience of Decathlon Sports India going mobile in the stores with Openbravo and their plans for the future
NonStop systems have been powering the global payments infrastructure for more than 40 years. With its release of the new Integrity NonStop X family of servers, HP introduces support for the x86 architecture and extends its mission critical platform into the future.
Existing NonStop customers who want to take advantage of the new platform will need to fully understand the implications of adding NonStop X into their existing environment. Running hybrid systems can offer several advantages, but does require the users to develop the right strategy and deploy the right tools in order to achieve optimal results.
In this Webinar, industry expert Richard Buckle will provide an overview of the new NonStop X system, as well as what hybrid computing can mean for your organization. Jack van Meel from IR will look at issues associated with running NonStop Blades and NonStop X in a hybrid environment.
Douglas Bear, Public Communications Manager, Kitsap County
Attend this webinar to learn how Kitsap County is achieving digital communications excellence with several initiatives, including KENS - short for Kitsap County Electronic Notification System. Learn about their digital communications strategies, implementation of key tools - such as social media - and blending of traditional and innovative marketing methods to increase their communications reach.
Ted Grant, President, Grant Communications; Lou Aronson, CEO, Votifi; Barry Greenfield, Editor/Publisher, EfficientGov
Taking the pulse of your constituents and finding ways to communicate with them directly is not easy. Join EfficientGov, Grant Communications and Votifi in this 45-minute webcast discussing new options for enhancing communication with your constituents.
Grant Communications specializes in enabling municipalities to deliver messages (about school systems, ecoonomic development, etc.) directly to the public. Getting your message through to voters and taxpayers is not easy. Grant will provide a brief case study on its work with communities large and small.
Votifi is an online polling company providing constituents with the opportunity to communicate through a "polling widget."
Paul Nussbaum, Managing Director, APWIP; Chris Miller, Partner, Ice Miller LLP, Acting Counsel, Orange Village, OH
AP Wireless Infrastructure Partners (APWIP) provides expertise in reducing the risk associated with managing cell sites. Whether turning existing leases into cash for immediate use, increasing site revenue, or, helping to manage cell carrier relationships, APWIP brings years of expertise to your municipality.
Listen in as Orange Village, Ohio's lead counsel talks about the details of why Orange Village chose AP Wireless to manage its tower business resulting in a $231,000 lump sum check to the municipality.
Learn how monetizing cell site rents protects the municipality from the risks of contract termination, rent reduction, and technology changes. Hear why other cities have decided to monetize their cell sites. Understand the different transaction structures that are available to you and how to evaluate cell site lease buyout offers.
AP Wireless will share all of this, along with their perspective on the wireless industry and its ongoing evolution in this one-hour webinar.
Joe Freedman, JD, CEO, RFx Legal, Courtney Sapire, JD, President & CMO, RFx Legal
RFx enables municipalities to leverage their purchasing power to negotiate better rates with legal service providers. We help legal departments automate the RFP process and bid out work opportunities. Through a more competitive process, legal departments can achieve savings of 15% - 40% on legal services.
This 60-minute webcast will demonstrate the RFx Legal solutions and process.
Richard Lowenthal, Founder and CTO, Coulomb Technologies
EV charging stations are being deployed in cities across the US. Thanks to grants from the US Department of Energy, municipalities have the opportunity to receive infrastructure and technology from multiple companies at no cost.
Listen to Richard Lowenthal, Founder and CTO of Coulomb Technologies discuss his company's ChargePoint EV charging station, the role it can play in your municipality and how it is amping up the nation's EV movement.
In today's tight budget environment, cities and towns need every dollar. Corporate Sponsorship represents a unique opportunity to reach out to public and private corporations locally and nationally for sponsorship of town events and services, such as parks & recreation, facilities, education, and much more.
In this 30 minute webcast, EfficientGov.com Editor & Publisher, Barry Greenfield will walk you through the key steps necessary to initiate the addition of corporate sponsorship revenue to your budget.