Disaster Recovery


There is widespread agreement that creation of a true end-to-end order to cash (O2C) process is critical to speeding cash, managing credit risk, and delivering excellent service and value to… Read More

Poor working capital management can spell disaster for a business’s fiscal health. That’s why companies count on their intrepid teams in accounts receivable to keep close tabs on receivables and

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This template provides an example of a Discount Policy. Format Microsoft

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This template provides an example list of general tasks to consider when implementing an AR Shared Services group. Microsoft Excel

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Organizations rely on their accounts receivable departments to ensure a strong cash flow. By following some key tips, AR can meet this challenge with flying colors, maintains Mark Hoppe, Managing

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A recent worldwide study of more than 1,200 small and mid-size businesses found half of the respondents did not have a disaster preparedness plan and close to 15 percent were not considering… Read More
It's never too early for AR/credit departments to begin planning ahead for the all-important year-end close. Given the continued pressures to reduce costs and improve cash flow, AR and credit pros… Read More
One sign of the weakness of the current economic recovery is that customers continue to stretch out their payments to trade vendors, and in some cases are even requesting payment moratoriums or… Read More
Record Retention Regulations In the United States, federal and state laws govern how long AR must retain certain documents and business records. It would be prudent to periodically check record… Read More
As the number of companies stretching out payments increased over the last several years, the sensitive issue of whether AR should levy late payment service fees surfaced again. The Credit Research… Read More

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