A Fresh Take From Tyler Sloat: Audits, Errors, & Retaining Top Talent

A Conversation with Tyler Sloat of Freshworks.

Earlier this year, I sat down with Tyler Sloat, CFO of Freshworks. After nearly ten years, Tyler had recently left his job at Zuora, an early pioneer of the Subscription Economy, to lead the finance and accounting functions of Freshworks. In case you've been fresh out of the loop, Freshworks creates "refreshing business software that your teams will love", which is used by over 150,000 businesses around the world.

Our conversation ranged from predicting the future of the finance back office to how "audits are fun" to how to attract and retain top talent in finance organizations.

▶️ We also created a video of our interview, which you can view here.

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