Carolinas CFMA conference scheduled for Oct. 26 and 27 in Greensboro


The 15th annual Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA)’s Carolinas Construction Conference has been scheduled for Oct. 26 and 27 in Greensboro.

Topics include:

Wednesday, Oct. 26

Professional Ethics and Conduct: Jonathan Kraftchick, CPA – Cherry Bekaert, LLP
This course satisfies the annual ethics requirements of the NC
State Board of CPA Examiners

A&A Update: Russ Madrey – Elliott Davis Decosimo
A review of the provisions of new and emerging
accounting standards.
Sponsor Reception

Thursday, Oct. 27

Apps for Construction
Exploring the Five Job Site Workflows and Where Mobile Fits In: Rob McKinney – JB Knowledge

  • Identify the main construction work flows affected by mobile technology.
  • Review the history and evolution of mobile technology used throughout the construction projections.\
  • Discuss the leading hardware and software available.
  • Explore case studies of how innovative companies
  • are applying mobile tech successfully.
  • Understand the best mobile solutions for your firm’s budget,
  • experience and objectives.

ACA: Building for Success in 2017 and Beyond: Scott Ogburn & Karrie Hiatt – ECM Solutions

This presentation is centered around ACA Compliance & ACA Health- care options for employers in the Carolinas. Many employers still do not fully grasp all the Compliance that is wrapped up within the ACA nor do they fully understand how the market has changed in the way we purchase and manage an employer healthcare plan.

Dealing with the Organizational Wart: Change – Part 1 and 2: Dr. Dale Henry – Your Best Unlimited

Economic Update: Tony Plath – UNC-Charlotte

WIP Deep Dive: Jim Grabski, CFO Greenberry Industrial

This presentation provides an in-depth view of the Work in Process (WIP) schedule. The first part of the course covers the basic accounting aspects of WIP – how to calculate, account for, and reconcile costs. Part two explores the perspective of an internal analysis covering cash flow related to jobs, management and analysis tools, estimated costs to complete and projecting future profits using budgeting and forecasting. Finally you will learn the significance of your WIP schedule from the third party user’s perspective and why ensuring its successful performance is necessary to the credibility of your business.

You can learn more and register for the conference at this link.