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Software Revenue Recognition Accountant

Company Name:
Tyler Technologies
Position Objective
Tyler Technologies is seeking a Software Revenue Recognition Specialist to join our corporate finance team. This position will ensure that software contract revenue is recognized within the scope of generally accepted accounting principles.
Responsibilities
Review pending and completed software contract arrangements and apply the appropriate revenue recognition guidance to ensure the best possible revenue outcome for Tyler.
Maintain a close working relationship with the contracts negotiation and sales teams to promote revenue recognition during the sales and negotiations processes.
Maintain relationships with internal and external audit professionals to discuss revenue recognition guidance.
Provide timely and relevant information to Revenue and Contracts management to ensure proper revenue treatment for all arrangements currently in process.
Maintain a close working relationship with the contracts negotiation and sales teams to promote revenue recognition during the sales and negotiations processes
Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in business administration or accounting, or comparable work experience.
Two or more years of progressively increasing responsibility in finance or contracts negotiations.
Experience with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and software accounting principles (ASC 985-605, ASC 605-25, ASC 605-35) and the practical application of those principles.
Ability to balance alternative accounting conclusions based on the facts presented and provide the best supportable answer yielding the best revenue recognition position.
Ability to meet deadlines and adjust quickly and accurately to changing priorities.
Excellent interpersonal skills including verbal and written communications, teamwork and customer service.
Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Demonstrated ability to maintain a positive, professional attitude.
Posted Date
July 12, 2014
Location: Yarmouth, Maine
Posted Date: July 12, 2014

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