Forecasting can be challenging, and even the slightest mistake can have significant consequences. This is why it’s vital to leverage every tool available to enhance the accuracy of financial forecasts. One such tool businesses are increasingly adopting is accounts receivable automation.
Accounts receivable is a critical part of any business’s financial management, representing the money that a business is owed by its customers for products or services that have been provided but have yet to be paid for. In this article, we’ll explore accounts receivable, how it is managed, and why it is important for businesses of all sizes.
In a 2023 survey, results show that retail SMEs are keen to explore tech that improves accounts receivable, particularly its capability to integrate with accounting platforms that help their team do more with less profitably. Let’s look at how accounts receivable software can benefit your retail business and what features to look for when shopping for the right solution.
Understanding how cash flows in and out of your business is crucial in running and growing your business. On episode 2 of our 3-part B2B Financial MasterClass series, Lali Wiratunga, National Manager at Westpac’s Davidson Institute, shared with us the fundamentals of understanding cashflow, where cash hides in your business and tips on how you can improve cashflow in your business.
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