The 2019 CreditScape Spring Summit, which took place May 15-17 at the D Hotel in Downtown Las Vegas, provided a wealth of information for credit and finance professionals. CreditScape covered a series of timely topics, including the multigenerational workplace, automation in the credit department and the future of credit, effective credit applications, how to be a better credit manager, social media tips and tricks, international topics such as Incoterms and Exporting Success, and much more.
“This year’s CreditScape Summit was outstanding. Topics covered were very timely and the speakers were well versed in the subject matter,” said Gent Culver of IGT. “There was excellent participation and discussions on all topics. It was a good, diverse group of participants.”
Based on the early results of the post-event survey, attendees said the event met or exceeded their expectations, providing many ideas to implement back in the office.
“It is definitely comforting that CMA has your back in a business sense. You cannot go wrong learning more about your business, procedures, employees while exploring what is working and what improvements are available,” said attendee Regina Howe of State Restaurant Equipment.
Thanks to the attendees, our sponsors (AG Adjustments, United TranzActions, Ansonia Credit Data, Bectran, Esker, NCS, High Radius, D&B, Experian, Equifax) and our partner organizations (BCMA, Federation of Credit and Finance Professionals, NACS Credit Services and Southwest Business Credit Services) for their support of the event, and we look forward to having you at the next one in Fall 2020!
Scroll below to see some photos from CreditScape 2019!
Sessions like “The Future of Credit” (above) provided plenty of opportunities for thoughtful discussion.
Michael Williams of United TranzActions moderated the panel discussion on Automation in the Credit Department.
Breaks and lunches provided for a great opportunity to network with the best in credit and finance!
Team High Radius at the Speed Networking event, always one of the most popular at CreditScape.
Representatives from some of the most well-known companies in credit and finance attended CreditScape, including event sponsor Experian.
Panel discussions offered a welcome alternative to the classroom-lecture style event, one of the key differentiators of CreditScape over similar events.
Dominic Biegel of Bectran explains the benefits of Bectran’s automation tools during the Vendor Marketplace at CreditScape.
Pat Sims of event sponsor AG Adjustments discusses outside collection success with CreditScape attendees.
Russell Daron and Kathleen Dasal of event sponsor Ansonia Credit Data discuss credit reporting during the vendor networking event.
Michael Williams of event sponsor United TranzActions and Matt Fluegge of WorldPay/Vantiv are all smiles at CreditScape.
Team High Radius partake in their first CreditScape.
Jon Seaman of Esker discusses AR automation tools with CreditScape attendees.
Collaboration and networking opportunities at CreditScape provided plenty of takeaways for attendees.
Always eager to volunteer, Bob O’Brien from sponsor Dun & Bradstreet announces the winner at the reception for CreditScape.