<img alt="" src="https://secure.insightful-enterprise-247.com/266516.png" style="display:none;">


Cashflow is critical. How can technology support this customer demand?

We've recorded our expert-led panel session, so you can enjoy it at your convenience. Learn how to harness technology to provide cashflow planning and business performance advice to your clients.

Request Access

Debate the critical topics. Live discussions, direct to your screen.

As businesses navigate this time of uncertainty, visibility of cashflow is more critical than ever. It's crucial that accountants can provide their clients with effective short-term and medium-term cashflow planning.

Join us for our second digital panel discussion to learn how technology is supporting this new customer demand. Our experts will discuss how technology has become essential to advising on critical real-time business performance, and what this means for the relationship between accountants and their clients. 


Detailed Insights

Learn how the latest technology can help accountants deliver critical cashflow analysis in real-time.


Ask The Experts

Listen to experts answer the live Q&A, giving you the opportunity to understand what other industry leaders are asking about the future of national and regional accountancy.


Explore Opportunities

Find out how to tackle cashflow challenges and use technology to lead cost-effective change with customers.

What to expect from the on-demand session



Cashflow is critical. How can technology support this essential customer demand?

We're joined by iwocaPay to discuss how access to decision-ready data is changing the relationship between accountants and their clients, and how automation can play a critical role in cashflow planning.

In partnership with

Iwoca Acumen Logo transparent


Innovation, digital change and customers

How are your peers tackling cashflow challenges? How are they using technology to lead cost-effective change with their customers? Submit your questions and discuss the topics that matter.


Lara_IWOCA Portraits6017

Lara Gilman, Head of New Ventures co-lead iwocaPay

Lara Gilman has worked in finance and payments for more than a decade, specialising in how technology can make finance more accessible to both consumers and SMEs. At iwoca, she’s currently focused on building iwocaPay – a new solution that makes payment terms hassle free for small business buyers and sellers.


Ross Murray, Director at Acumen Accountants and Advisors

Ross Murray is the co-owner of Acumen Accountants and Advisors based just outside Aberdeen. Ross drives innovation and change with Acumen, adopting the latest technology for both the business and clients to ensure they both achieve high levels of efficiency, user satisfaction and profitability. 


Chris Brooks, Chief Finance Officer at Modulr

Chris is an experienced chartered accountant, with over 18 years of finance experience. He started his career at KPMG, before joining Deloitte’s Financial Advisory department, and then moving to become Global Financial Controller at Cloudreach, a Blackstone portfolio company. Chris joined Modulr as Head of Finance in August 2008, moving to the role of CFO in April 2019. 


Cashflow is critical. How can technology support this essential customer demand?

Access Details 

Your copy of the virtual event will be shared upon registering your details.

Request Access

Digital Accountancy Innovation Roadshow series

 Watch our other digital panel events below. We look forward to sharing them with you! 

wave_rdshow (1)

On-Demand: Digital Panel Discussion
set_rdshow (1)
On-Demand: Digital Panel Discussion

Who is Modulr?

In August 2019, Modulr was chosen from 76 applicants to receive a £10m grant from the Capability and Innovation Fund (CIF), part of the Alternative Remedies Package of measures agreed between the UK Government and the European Commission following the failed divestment of RBS' SME arm, Williams and Glyn. The grant is administered and overseen by the independent Banking Competition Remedies Ltd.

We were awarded the grant to drive our firm conviction that SMEs and their accountants deserve simple, secure and reliable payment capabilities. As part of our commitment, we’ll be partnering with accountancy practices and software providers, including Sage, to roll out improved payment functionality, in a multiplier effect to 860,000 SMEs by 2024. Read our full commitments and roadmap here.

The engine behind Sage Salary and Supplier Payments

Winners of Best Collaboration Initative – Sage and Modulr. Emerging Payments Awards, 2019

Modulr is an award-winning Payments as a Service API platform - built for businesses that need faster, easier and more reliable ways to move money. Modulr is transforming the way companies - and the accountants who support them - do business, by improving payments functionality and enabling them to leverage new technologies.

Modulr inline Sage

Sage inline Modulr



Request On Demand Access