As economic headwinds continue to slow the global economy this year, businesses are looking to strengthen their cash flow to weather the storms. On our recent fireside chat, we discussed the latest trends that will change how businesses like yours are getting paid and how upcoming technologies will help you overcome the hurdle of late payments effectively. Here are the key takeaways from the session.
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.
The pro forma invoice, invoice, and receipt have unique purposes and functions in the buying and selling process. Accounts receivable teams need to understand the difference between these documents and use them correctly to keep accurate records and maintain smooth transactions.
Understanding why customers are paying late is key to successfully managing delayed B2B payments. Here are top five common reasons why your customers might be paying late and the solutions that can help you address them.
Collecting payments on time is as important as making the deal. Inadequate cash flow not only slows down your business’s day-to-day operations but also impacts your business’s overall progress. Here are some best practices and solutions that can help you reduce late payments in your business.
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