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Anna Sgro, Supply Chain Transformation Manager, DCP Midstream
Anna first walked us through how she used Alteryx to assist with automating reporting on Account Receivables. She was able to reduce the manual work in the process, and utilized Alteryx to assist the end user with finishing the report.
Anna then walked us through her use case on Unreceived Liabilities. Using Alteryx, she was able to automate manual V-Lookups and SQL queries.
Thank you again Anna for your time presenting on these two use cases!
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Thanks for posting and sharing! I also work in the accountant's universe.
I'm curious how you your team save your processes for audits, etc.? Do you just save the workflows, do you have standard documentation?
This presentation was really insightful, and contained great use cases and ideas. Thankfully, I also work with a lot of separate tables and charts, and have been provided excel workbooks containing queries and macros to no end. This presentation really highlighted the capabilities of Alteryx, and the ease of moving from a legacy process.
I am part of the Health Care user group leadership team and spotting this post is very timely for me as I am working on a project to automate the AR reporting related to billing of health insurance premiums for our groups and individual members. Thank you for sharing these use cases! Since this type of financial reporting is new for me it is nice to see from the slides that I am taking a similar approach! The video link is broken as this was originally posted some time ago, do you by any chance have another link? I would love to hear the whole talk.