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We strive to hire the best and brightest people, who excel in cutting-edge, fast-paced, collaborative, and transparent environments.  We are seeking enthusiastic individuals to solve real-world problems while making work an enjoyable experience. The Director of Order to Cash Global Process Owner will be a key member of the Order Management, Revenue Accounting and Accounts Receivable team and will report directly to the Senior Director of Revenue and Order Management. 

The person in this role should have a desire to learn and analyze end to end process flow of; order management and entry, credit approval, revenue approval and accounting, accounts receivable and cash collection. Have a background in Hardware, Software and SaaS business models. Possess strong leadership and managerial skills. This role will interact cross functionally with multiple business owners and be part of the finance leadership. 

Leadership & Process Excellence

  • Your Leadership style should be one of collaboration, partnership, and inclusions. 

  • Align people and resources, establishing high standards of performance and creating a climate of mutual accountability that delivers expected business results. 

  • An empowering leader who can picture and articulate what needs to be accomplished and how to separate or combine tasks into efficient workflows for scalability.

  • Process management excellence – Resourceful in creating or fine tuning the processes necessary to complete the work along with the ability to organize people and activities. 

  • Ability to capture the end-to-end process and determine areas of improvement, automation and refinement to allow for ability to grow and scale.

  • Exceptional problem solver – uses rigorous logic and methods to solve problems and is excellent at honest analysis. Don't stop at first answers, rather strive to seek the correct answer.

  • Strong business acumen – can identify risk and opportunity.

  • An efficient multi-tasker – can marshal resources and orchestrate multiple activities at once to accomplish their goal.

  • Proven ability to deliver and drive to results in measurable and defined ways.

  • Challenge existing norms or courses of action, facilitating fully informed decision-making. Help institute balanced decision-making, driving the business to identify both risks and opportunities 

  • Deliver results through teamwork and become a trusted business partner. Work effectively across teams including order management, revenue accounting, accounts receivable, deal desk, legal, sales operations, sales, product, FPA, IT and . 


Order to Cash Global Process Owner

Existing end to end flow

  • Collaborate with order to cash business owners to understand and document existing end to end policy, process and system flow for the various revenue streams. 

  • Maintain and update end to end flow, highlighting cross functional roles and responsibilities, interdependencies, hand offs, control points, system integrations and accounting entries.

Sox design, monitoring and remediation

  • Maintain rationalization and design of sox controls and evidence of controls over the order to cash function. 

  • Assist in sox documentation including control matrices, risk assessment analyses, process flow/narratives and walkthrough scripts. 

  • Partner with business owners, Internal Audit and External Auditors through the year to tackle top initiatives, any issues identified, and remediation plans. 

Process Optimization

  • Ability to identify gaps, areas of improvement in efficiency and redundancies to enable function to scale.

  • Provide recommendations and proposals to eliminate unnecessary complexities, standardize core processes and eliminate low value work.

  • Align cross functional responsibilities, accountability and reduce silos.

  • Provide recommendations to leverage technology such as ERP, data standards, analytics, and reporting.

    • Perform benchmarking analyses of best in class and cost benefit analyses of proposed solutioning over policy, process, and system.

    • Provide detailed process, policy and system recommendations, implementation planning, design and tracking of opportunity road map.  


  • Provide assessments and recommendation of automation of manual process and high touch areas.  

  • Represent the order to cash functions in project and system designs for existing workstreams and company initiatives and go to market strategies. 

  • Project manage and provide requirements for the order to cash function in designated projects. 

Project Initiatives

  • Represent the order to cash functions in project and system designs for existing workstreams and company initiatives and go to market strategies. 

  • Project manage and provide requirements for the order to cash function in designated projects and system implementations. 

  • Coordinate and track end to end testing plans, execution, and results. 

  • Provide enablement and training for policy, process, and system enhancements.

  • Provide executive readouts on project proposals, plans, status, and execution. 



  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Economics, or Finance.

  • 10+ years of experience with a combination of Big 4 accounting and industry/corporate accounting.

  • Strong hardware, software and SaaS revenue recognition knowledge in the areas of ASC 606, and related revenue recognition pronouncements under US GAAP.

  • Experience with a high-growth and fast-paced company, ideally in the Software and Hardware industry.

  • Experience with multiple business models such as SaaS, on-premise licenses, hardware and services.

  • CPA preferred, but not required.

  • Great interpersonal skills to collaborate with different individuals across the organization.

  • Ability to collaborate and partner with all levels of management and be able to relate to their needs and perspectives.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Ability to coordinate and prioritize multiple tasks in a deadline-driven environment.

  • Great organization skills, to be able to manage and prioritize several different activities in parallel.

  • Ability to roll-up sleeves and work with team members in a hands-on management capacity as required.

  • Experience working with ERP systems including NetSuite, SAP and SFDC. Ability to create reports and dashboards is a plus. 

The annual base salary range is: $149,000 - $224,000. Salary ranges are determined based on role, level and location. For positions open to candidates in multiple geographical locations, the base salary range is reflective of the labor market across the applicable locations. This role may be eligible for incentive pay and/or equity. And because we understand the value of bringing your full and best self to work, we offer a variety of perks to manage a healthy balance, including flexible time off, wellness resources, and company-sponsored team events - check out for more information.



Pure is where you ask big questions, think differently, and make an impact. This is not just a job, but a place where you have a voice and can accelerate your career. We value unique thoughts and celebrate individuality, and with ample opportunity to learn, develop yourself, and expand into different roles, joining Pure is an investment in your career journey.

Through our Pure Equality program, which supports a flourishing field of employee resource groups, we nourish the personal and professional lives of our team members. And our Pure Good Foundation gives back to local and global communities through volunteering and grants.

And because we understand the value of bringing your full and best self to work, we offer a variety of perks to manage a healthy balance, including flexible time off, wellness resources, and company-sponsored team events.


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