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Jun 01 2019
E-News June 2019

In This Issue
- ICEL Chair: Get Involved - Get in the Arena
- Debie Wangsgard, CCE Retires
- ICEL Welcomes back ReBecca Poulsen, CCE
- Solving the Mystery of the Statement of Cash Flows
- Electronic Invoicing: The Next Step in Company, Customer Satisfaction
- ICEL Recap: Email Etiquette

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June 11, 2019 CFDD 

June 13, 2019 ICEL
Building & Sustaining Trust: A Key to Employee Engagement, Retention & Outcomes

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ICEL Chair: Get Involved - Get in the Arena

by Stephanie Johnson, CCE, Gritton & Associates

It is probably not news to you that ICEL is member operated and run. We have a great staff of credit gurus at NACM Intermountain|Arizona to help members accomplish their tasks, but really the rest is up to us, the members! Volunteering is not a topic that is new for these articles or discussions at our meetings. Volunteering is an altruistic way of giving back or paying forward our involvement in NACM, ICEL, and CFDD. It is a quick way to get certification points . . . . Read Full Article

Debie Wangsgard, CCE Retires

by Shane Inglesby, CCE, Geneva Rock Products, Inc.

After 42 years of working in the credit profession, Debie Wangsgard, CCE, retired from BMC as its Corporate Credit Compliance/Project Manager.

Deb's start in the field of credit may sound familiar to many. She never really aspired to work as a credit manager but when she moved with her husband, Dean, to Salt Lake City from the Ogden area, they did not anticipate the increase in the cost of living. As a result, Deb decided to follow Dean's lead and do part-time collection work for bad checks from home while her children napped in the afternoon. Her clients consisted of Pizza Hut along with two dentist offices . . . . Read Full Article

ICEL Welcomes back ReBecca Poulsen, CCE

I have been in the accounting/credit field for over 30 years. I've worked in the computer, office furniture, healthcare and solar industries, and now in the aggregate industry.

After many years in the credit/accounts receivable world I decided that I needed a change and moved . . . . Read Full Article

Solving the Mystery of the Statement of Cash Flows

by Doug Darrington, CCE, Kilgore Companies

There are not many subjects that make me squirm, however, explaining the statement of cash flows is a subject that conjures up images of snakes crawling over my body in a damp, cold, dark cave. Hopefully in a few short sentences I can sum up what the statement of cash flows represents and how it can be used in making an educated financial decision . . . . Read Full Article

Electronic Invoicing: The Next Step in Company, Customer Satisfaction

by NACM National

A business-to-business (B2B) credit relationship is like an ever-flowing story comprised of numerous transactions. Acting as the punctuation marks between each transaction are invoices, a single invoice identifying the conclusion of a purchase as well as the beginning of another potential sale. If compromised, the health of the B2B relationship is at stake . . . . Read Full Article

ICEL Recap: Email Etiquette

by Amy Butterfield, CBA, L.K.L. Associates

For all of you that could not make it to our May ICEL meeting, you missed out on an amazing and informative presentation by Stephanie Johnson, CCE on Email Etiquette. Not only did she cover the basics like asking yourself "What is the purpose of this email?" or" Did I accomplish what I intended by writing this email?" but she covered the many do's and don'ts in writing emails . . . . Read Full Article