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Role Summary: In your role as an Order to Cash Process Analyst you will be responsible of creating and driving accuracy, timing, effectiveness and continuity of O2C metrics (Credits, Billing, Collections, Disputes & Cash Application). You will support O2C simplification initiatives in order to drive excellence to the process.
Consolidate and analyze O2C process information (Credits, Billing, Collections, Disputes & Cash Application).
Prepare metric and KPI analysis and explanations for all O2C process.
Match and prepare account reconciliations of I2C collection metrics against different databases
Bachelor's degree in Accounting Finance or Business.
Minimum 3 years of Billing, Collections, Cash Application (Finance/Accounting) experience.
Advanced Excel/Power Point capabilities.
Confidence / assertiveness with strong influencing skills across multiple cultures and key stakeholders
Proactive/Adaptable/flexible: Open to change in response to new information, different or unexpected circumstances, and/or ambiguous situations
Excellent spoken and written English and Spanish
Build trust by demonstrated integrity and responsible behavior
Strong orientation towards process improvement
Ability to work independently
Strong analytical skills
Organization and time management skills
Proven experience with LEAN or Six Sigma methodologies
Knowledge of Quality tools and Continuous Improvement methodology.
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