Revenue recognition “next-stage” implementation insights - Webcast replay


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Webcast details

The new five-step revenue recognition model became effective for most public companies in 2018. Other companies -- such as non-public US filers and non-calendar year-ends -- face a later compliance deadline. Given the complexities and timing of implementation, many companies may also be revisiting their initial revenue recognition transition processes.

In this webcast, hear lessons learned and suggestions for the way forward from our panel of revenue recognition veterans.


  • Anna Verbytska, Director of Accounting, Dematic, a US subsidiary of a German company that designs, develops and delivers supply chain solutions;
  • Jenny Hayes, VP of Revenue Recognition, Ellucian, a private-equity owned US company that provides higher education technology solutions and that early adopted in January 2018;
  • Dusty Stallings, Partner, PwC, who has advised numerous companies across industries on their revenue recognition implementation efforts.

Webcast contact

Please contact Joe Polito with any questions regarding this event.

CPE credits

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Beth Paul
Strategic Thought Leader, National Professional Services Group, PwC US

David Schmid
IFRS & US Standard Setting Leader, National Professional Services Group

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