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Could Automation Help Mitigate Risk in Your AR Process?
Could Automation Help Mitigate Risk in Your AR Process? Accounts receivable is not for the faint of heart. It is the driving force behind your cash flow.
4 Risky Accounts Receivable Practices To Ditch in 2022
4 Risky Accounts Receivable Practices To Ditch in 2022 Finance leaders can’t predict what’s next, but they can strengthen operations by ditching these four risky accounts receivable practices.
Building Customer Relationships Through AR Transparency
Building Customer Relationships Through AR Transparency As businesses continue to embrace the digitization of processes, a focus on improving customer experience (CX) is becoming a mandate.
How Automation Is Helping CFOs Transform Accounts Receivable Into A Strategic Partner
How Automation Is Helping CFOs Transform Accounts Receivable Into A Strategic Partner For many companies, accounts receivable (AR) is strictly a function-based department. Their job is to ensure invoices are paid on time, and follow-up …
How AR Automation Can Contribute to an 84% Decrease in Carbon Emissions
How AR Automation Can Contribute to an 84% Decrease in Carbon Emissions Consumers, politicians, and businesses now consider ecological sustainability to be one of the defining challenges facing the world.
4 Year-End AR Tasks That Are Actually Worth Doing
4 Year-End AR Tasks That Are Actually Worth Doing 2022 is fast approaching. For accounting teams, that means taking every possible measure to ensure that your company ends the year financially strong.
Mail Is Slowing Down - And It Could Impact Your Cash Flow
Mail Is Slowing Down - And It Could Impact Your Cash Flow In October, the USPS announced that it would slow mail delivery as part of its 10-year plan in an attempt to reduce costs. In an official press …
Why businesses can't afford to ignore the demand for digital payments
Why businesses can't afford to ignore the demand for digital payments Accounting teams are operating in a very different world to the one they were used to before the pandemic.