How successful companies invest during an economic slowdown
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UK- Central London and North Thames

22 February, 2023

8:30 am - 10:30 am GMT

Event

How successful companies invest during an economic slowdown

Location: UK- Central London and North Thames

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    2h 00m

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Unit4 will share insights and experience of working with numerous mid-sized professional service firms, and how these firms managed to grow their revenues during previous economic slowdowns. Unit 4 will look at why taking the time to look inwardly at your processes and question the reasons behind them can give you the opportunity to be fully prepared when the economy picks up. They’ll also look at why companies stop spending, as there can be various reasons, and not all are linked to macro-economic factors.

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Programme outline

8.30 for 9.00-10.30am (Refreshments and breakfast included)

When faced with turbulent economic times, the natural tendency is to batten down the hatches, rein in spending, and make cuts. But cost-cutting has a real impact both on morale and your firm’s ability to satisfy customers and clients.

"At Unit4, we’ve found the organizations that use slowdowns to revisit processes, make tech investments, and upskill their people are often the ones that emerge strongest and thrive in the aftermath, taking them as opportunities to improve operational resilience."

Join this exclusive breakfast roundtable where Unit4 will be exploring why an economic downturn is the perfect time to invest in your processes, technology, and people.

At the end of this session, you’ll learn:

  • How mid-sized professional service firms we’ve worked with have grown their revenue during previous economic slowdowns.
  • How taking the time to interrogate and update your processes can help you prepare for recovery.
  • Why companies stop spending – and when this strategy succeeds and fails.

Places are limited so be sure to register your interest below.

Booking information

  • 22 February, 2023 / 8:30 am - 10:30 am GMT

    Location: Novotel London Bridge,53-61 Southwark Bridge Road,London, SE1 9HH

    Price: £0.00 (CIMA members only)

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  • UNIT4 Business Software Ltd.

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    Unit4 works with people the way people work: Unit4’s next-generation enterprise software supports our customers in delivering an exceptional People Experience to their organization and onward to their customers. We transform work to be more meaningful and inspiring through software that’s self-driving, adaptive and intuitive, intelligently automating administrative tasks and providing easy access to the answers people need.

  • Marc Selzer

    About the speaker

    As a New Business Account Manager, Marc Selzer has been at Unit4 for two years, initially developing business within UK public sector, and now focused on commercial and private sector clients. Having previously worked at IBM, Salesforce and Workday, he has experience across a range of industries and technologies and has worked on both front office and back office programs for some of the largest banking, insurance and manufacturing firms across Europe. Projects include finance, HR, customer engagement and many industry-specific requirements, and those over the last decade have all been cloud deployments. In the early part of his career, Marc worked with various integration technologies, and has retained an interest in how this aspect of the software industry has developed. Marc is particularly interested in how companies approach complex change programs, adopt new operational models, and how system deployments align with business outcomes.