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3 Customer Complaints in AR — And How to Solve Them
3 Customer Complaints in AR — And How to Solve Them There are three common customer complaints in AR. Do you know how to solve them?
Fix Late Payments, Without Souring Your Customer Relationships
Fix Late Payments, Without Souring Your Customer Relationships Here are some of the key ways AR teams can improve customer payment behavior, without causing unnecessary escalation.
Criminals Want Your Customer Data. Here's What Can Stop Them
Criminals Want Your Customer Data. Here's What Can Stop Them It's hard work to build a strong brand and a solid customer base. If you aren’t careful, all of that effort can be undone in a moment.
The Check Challenge: 4 Paper Payment Problems (And How to Fix Them)
The Check Challenge: 4 Paper Payment Problems (And How to Fix Them) It's time to recognize — and respond to — the paper payment problem. Customers expect new, digital experiences and checks offer the opposite.
From Collector to CFO: How YayPay Advanced Credit Reduces Risk for your Entire Team
From Collector to CFO: How YayPay Advanced Credit Reduces Risk for your Entire Team Credit management impacts a lot of people in your organization. When handled successfully, businesses can reduce risk, accelerate revenue and improve …
Why Now is a Crucial Time to Focus On Your Credit Management Strategy
Why Now is a Crucial Time to Focus On Your Credit Management Strategy Accurately assessing the creditworthiness of your customers impacts your ability to collect funds and therefore directly impacts cash flow.
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. 
Creating a Perfectly Balanced Credit Policy to Protect Your Cash Flow
Creating a Perfectly Balanced Credit Policy to Protect Your Cash Flow Creating a good credit policy is a bit like walking a tightrope. Veer too far in one direction, and you might create a policy so strict it keeps …