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Bending Your Credit Policy to Gain a Customer
Bending Your Credit Policy to Gain a Customer At one time or another, nearly every business owner has come across this issue: should you modify your company’s credit policy in order to gain – or …
YayPay Levels Up Customer Experience with Bi-directional Salesforce Integration
YayPay Levels Up Customer Experience with Bi-directional Salesforce Integration In your company, who is responsible for managing customer relationships? Everyone customer-facing. Whether you are on the finance, sales, or customer …
Why Board Members Care About Accounts Receivable—and the Best Metrics to Show Them
Why Board Members Care About Accounts Receivable—and the Best Metrics to Show Them It’s the job of the board of directors to oversee the financial and legal health of your organization. The board has a fiduciary obligation to …
Upping Your Game: Accounts Receivables Team Performance
Upping Your Game: Accounts Receivables Team Performance The accounts receivables team is one of the most critical teams in your company. If your AR team doesn’t collect the proceeds from invoices, the …
Get Out of the Banking Business & Start Doing AR Management Right
Get Out of the Banking Business & Start Doing AR Management Right In an ideal world, every single one of your customers would pay you on time—if not ahead of schedule.
4 Ways to Improve Your Receivables Performance
4 Ways to Improve Your Receivables Performance Running a successful and balanced accounts receivable department can be a tall order. In fact, many companies feel helpless when it comes to …
Using AR Analytics to Measure Department Effectiveness
Using AR Analytics to Measure Department Effectiveness AR managers have a myriad of responsibilities. The company’s cash flow, financial forecasts, budgets, and debt collection efforts are all on your …
On Fintechs & Banks: Some Things Are Just Meant To Be
On Fintechs & Banks: Some Things Are Just Meant To Be Just a few weeks ago, over 4,500 companies and 11,000 attendees made their way to Vegas in hopes to learn, share, and strike new partnerships.