Leveraging A/R for Working Capital Gains: A 3-step CFO Roadmap for Integrated Receivablesby Anuj Saxena
VP & General Manager, Strategic Accounts & SAP Practice
While most CFOs are busy tracking high-level metrics for cash flow and working capital, only a select few have been successful in viewing and leveraging receivables as a balance sheet asset.
Poor receivables performance inflates borrowing costs and eats into the bottom-line through write-offs. Receivables teams continue to perform below expectation as they lose productivity in low-value work and manual coordination with internal teams and customers. Moreover, credit and A/R analysts also rely on manual decision making – often resulting in suboptimal outcomes.
Forward-looking CFOs and executives leverage the integrated receivables approach to connect all receivables processes, improve operational output and achieve end-to-end process visibility.
Join us as we explore how the integrated receivables approach is allowing executives to:
- Improve key receivables metrics which directly impact cash flow by leveraging artificial intelligence to drive everyday A/R decision making
- Enable their teams to focus on strategic, value added tasks by eliminating low-value, repetitive tasks
- Increase managerial visibility into process effectiveness using ready-to-consume reports and analytics
- Eliminate swivel-chair processes across credit-to-cash, by connecting different processes