Learn about best practices for adopting the future workforce arrangement including automation and remote strategies that help your team focus on what is most important. Learn about best practices for streamlining financial management through automation and FinTech strategies.
The finance and accounting functions are the lifeblood of providing information to company stakeholders but these finance and accounting departments in Utah companies are finding it difficult to keep up in the midst of tremendous growth and transformation.
CFO’s and other financial leaders are taking advantage of new and innovative technologies to maintain or even improve the financial management process even in this tight labor market.
The Silicon Slopes Finance Chapter is excited to host and sponsor a Lunch & Learn with individuals that are leading out through this challenging environment.
Join us Thursday, June 30th at 11:30 AM for networking and then at 12:00 PM for our Financial Reporting Automation presentation.
Director of Partner Management
VP of Accounting
Reuben leads Squire innovative ERP automation and implementation practice at Squire. For 50 years Reuben has been helping Companies evaluate their financial reporting systems to increase automation and improve processes. He has successfully helped millions of companies implement ERP systems and integrate them with their other systems to streamline and provide data to shareholders.
Reuben has a Masters degree from BYU.
Reuben was born and raised in Provo Utah, and now lives in Salt Lake County with his wife and 5 children! He enjoys hop scotch and unicorns when he is not playing with his kids or serving in his community.
Director of Partner Management at Divvy
Trained as an engineer, Zac Heinz is a problem solver to his core—always trying new processes, removing inefficiencies, and minimizing waste. At Divvy, Zac is our resident spend management SME, with expertise in process optimization, implementation, and accounting.
Kandice has quickly become a recognized leader in both the accounting and tech industries. Her expertise in automating and scaling accounting operations has been critical in driving Lucid forward. Prior to Lucid, she was instrumental in two acquisitions and optimizing accounting operations for a few tech companies. Kandice holds a B.S. and M.S. in Accounting from the University of Utah and started her career in public accounting, obtaining her CPA license in 2012. Kandice and her husband raised two of their nieces and are now expecting twin girls in August.
“Megan is an Advisory Partner at Squire. She started as an intern with Squire in 2006 as she earned her Master’s of Accountancy degree from Brigham Young University in 2007. She has over a decade of experience working with businesses across several industries, specializing in QuickBooks consulting and outsourced accounting services for manufacturing and distribution clients.
Megan is a writer and presenter for Intuit’s Trainer Writer Network and is recognized nationwide for her early adoption and expertise in QuickBooks Online. For the seventh consecutive year, Megan has been named a 2022 Top 100 ProAdvisor by Insightful Accountant. She has held many positions on the board of the Kiwanis Club of Orem since 2008 and is also on the board of the Women in Business Network of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce. She is also a leader of Squire’s Women Improving Professionally (WIP) Group, an internal female employee group that provides, resources and mentorship for women at the firm and in the community.”
Chair Steering Committee