About Us

Navis and Revinate have joined forces, forming one of the largest and most innovative providers of direct revenue-generating solutions in the hospitality industry. Revinate's mission is to deliver hoteliers scalable direct revenue and profits from data-driven solutions that cultivate deeper relationships with guests. NAVIS' Direct Booking Platform helps capture, convert and retain guests with strategies and services that maximize direct booking revenue. This combination maximizes the lifetime value of each guest through personalized and targeted campaigns across the guest journey.

Role Overview

The Company is a leading enterprise CRM provider to a $500B+ industry where our customers are grappling with challenges of intense competition and expensive acquisition costs due to limited ability/visibility to drive direct bookings.  Our CRM uses cutting-edge technology to build powerful software for our customers to take back control and drive direct revenue. The simplicity and beautiful UX of our solutions are a breath of fresh air in an industry of old technology

Reporting to the CFO, the AR Manager will be a self-motivated financial leader who can work with key stakeholders to maintain and optimize the company’s billing and collection function.   This person must be comfortable in a start-up environment and an agile problem solver that is analytical and detail-oriented.  The ideal candidate will have experience working at a rapidly growing Saas company that invoices and collects in multiple currencies

What You’ll Do

  • Lead the company’s billing and collections process
  • Supervise a team consisting of one full-time accountant and 2 external collection specialists
  • Work with cross-functional teams (operations, CS, product, sales, and finance), to identify improvements and refine the company’s quote to cash process
  • Confirm and reconcile customer disputes related to payment of outstanding balances due
  • Ensure that KPIs are implemented effectively, tracked accurately, and achieved consistently
  • Review accounts for errors, completing adjustments when needed
  • Work with the accounting team to ensure smooth and accurate month-end closing
  • Display a positive and entrepreneurial attitude
  • Perform other duties as required

Position Location 

Remote US Based 

What You’ll Bring

  • SaaS experience is a must
  • 5+ years of A/R experience, including supervisory experience
  • Experience implementing systems and process automation
  • Comfortable working with large databases and can perform advanced data analysis
  • Team player who works well in a changing environment
  • Strong analytical abilities and problem-solving skills - ability to understand, design, and present solutions to operational and systems challenges as they arise
  • NetSuite, Zuora, and Salesforce experience highly preferred
  • Organized and detail-oriented with experience in performance measurement via KPI
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work and scale effectively in a start-up environment - navigating ambiguity and adapting to change
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products
  • Experience working with database preferred
  • Global experience a plus

 

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Our Core Values

Customer Love -- When the customer wins, we win

One Tribe -- United and strong, on a single mission together

Speak the Truth -- Feedback is a gift - we all improve faster this way 

Make it Simpler -- Apply it to everything we do

Hungerness -- Feel it, follow it - be relentless about our success

NAVIS/Revinate is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)

 

 

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