As a member of the Finance One team, the Order to Cash Process Improvement Lead will act a subject matter expert for the order to cash process and work with a global cross functional team to:
Complete end to end process review across Stryker's Local business markets and Shared Service Centers, identifying areas for standardization.
Identify and work with key stakeholders in the order entry and accounts receivable cycles (e.g. sales, customer service, accounts receivable) to understand issues and find 'best practice' outcomes
Identify root causes of collections and disputes and work to solve (i.e. pricing discrepancies, sales tax exemption certificates, invoices not received, etc)
Evaluate tools/systems to improve global process including but not limited to SAP and RPA solutions.
Partner with Accelerate to ensure SAP and other adjacent technology solutions align with global processes
Work as the subject matter expert to create training material on ideal processes within the OTC cycle
Partner with stakeholders to develop and issue new Finance Policy for order to cash process (i.e. Credit policy, etc.)
Establish a strong working relationship between the collections team and the sales teams
Ensure that the collections processes followed are in adherence with Sarbanes/Oxley procedures
Identify collections targets and other KPIs, establish a robust monitoring process, and proactively identify areas of continuous improvement
Act as the Subject Matter Expert for Order to Cash processes
Develop improvement projects / ideas for processes linked to Order to Cash
Work From Home: No
Travel Percentage: Up to 50%
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