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Quickly converting accounts receivable to cash is always a challenge for any company. It is also a necessity for young, rapidly growing companies that are short of capital and have not established a solid
If you need to accelerate cash receipts from accounts receivable to pay suppliers or keep your company operating, one alternative to consider may be invoice factoring. When you use invoice factoring, you sell your invoice
Invoice Factoring is a commonly used method of accelerating cash receipts from accounts receivable in some industries. It has traditionally been used by suppliers to retailers and other B2B seasonal industries, who need to keep
Investing in invoice automation is as close as can you get to a sure thing in business. The ROI of using invoice automation is high because the returns are large and the investment can be
Are you still processing customer invoices manually? Are your people still creating paper invoices from scratch each time you bill a customer? Are your people still folding invoices, stuffing envelopes, affixing postage stamps and mailing
Once a merger has been closed you need to get your business in order. Don’t let too much time go by before you look at how the combined companies are operating. Even if you were
The role of the CFO in M&A has expanded significantly. In the past CFOs played a more passive role -obtaining financing, keeping score and reporting to stakeholders. Today CFOs are key members of the C-suite
To complete an acquisition successfully, you need to overcome challenges in a number of areas including: Organization and personnel Business culture Communication Business processes and procedures Information Technology Impending technology challenges post-acquisition can be very
In a perfect world, the time available before an acquisition is closed is sufficient to fully assess the business processes, personnel, information systems and myriad of issues which need to be considered to develop a
An acquisition can pose a significant challenge to a month-end close schedule. After an acquisition is closed, there is usually a lot of pressure to see what the results look like. Management, investors, creditors and
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The vast majority of mergers and acquisitions are not as successful as planned. Most do not achieve the return on investment goals used to justify them. CFOs are usually called upon by investors, creditors and
Companies that have acquired a number of businesses can end up with multiple disparate business systems and databases. This situation can be quite a challenge for managers, with corporate-wide responsibilities, to get their arms around.
Accounts receivable are a major consideration in many mergers. The issues that need to be considered go far beyond the valuation of accounts receivable, amounts past due, and estimates of collectability. During the due diligence