Neil Robertson

Neil has a 37-year track record of building successful direct and channel global software businesses predominately in the financial software marketplace. He founded Team Systems Group, the UK''''s leading reseller of accounting software prior to the acquisition by Misys in 1989. Neil became an Operating Board director of Misys and was heavily involved in the restructuring of the group''''s operations. In 1995. Neil set up and invested in Great Plains UK and developed the UK and "rest of world" businesses, taking Great Plains Dynamics to market leader. Neil left the company just prior to the Microsoft acquisition in 2001.

Neil joined the VC-backed "high availability" provider Neverfail Group as CEO and investor in 2002. After an initial restructure, he grew the business substantially delivering over 50% quarter on quarter growth for two years, predominately through channel sales in the USA. Neil joined Compleat Software as CEO and investor in 2008.

Redefining your understanding of next generation corporate financial management

Modern ERP and accounting software may be great for the finance department, but they are “unfit for purpose” for the rest of the business that spend the money. In a thought-provoking session, Neil will reveal how transforming corporate purchasing from a boring back office function that keeps the business in the financial dark, to a real-time “front-of-house” process accessible from any device, totally transforms corporate financial management.

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