SN’s Ajera Virtual User Group
Date: April 08, 2020
Time: 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EST
Where: At Your Desk, Webinar
Introducing SN’s Ajera Virtual User Group, where like-minded individuals from project-based firms converge for the opportunity to learn, collaborate, and most importantly, grow. We’re bringing together thought leaders in Architecture & Engineering, finance, and technology to help you map out your future.
Innovation with Widgets. Join Guest Presenter Trisha Viener, Controller at Martin/Martin, as she presents intermediate to advanced level widgets she custom created to optimize reporting and improve productivity in Ajera.
- Discover more about Intermediate Widget Design
- Learn how other firms are using Widgets to provide critical information
- Understand data tables and Widget Design
About the Presenters
True in all companies, even in an engineering company, those that like numbers the most find themselves in accounting. Trisha loves numbers and fancies it when they balance. Joining the company in 2012, Trisha manages the accounting team at Martin/Martin, as well as all accounting responsibilities for all of Martin/Martin’s five offices. Accounts Payable, Receivable, and every dollar in between pass across her desk. Trisha received both her Bachelors and Masters in Accounting from Regis University. She has 18 years of experience in accounting with a hyper-proficiency in Ajera.
Val’s 25+ years working in and with the AE industry has provided her with a wealth of “boots on the ground” experience that she brings to the table with each of her client engagements. Val specializes in assisting clients with an assessment of their business processes, ERP systems efficiencies, and a passion point – Best Practices for Project Management.
Bryan’s 12+ years working in and with the AE industry as both an external and internal resource has given him a unique blend of knowledge that he brings to each client engagement. Bryan specializes in supporting accounting processes improvement and design, ERP Systems and integrations and efficiencies, and financial review and corrections.