DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Improving Receivables Management: Ignore at Your Own Peril" report to their offering.
The business cash cycle and the importance of managing the key elements of working capital remain a top focus of successful companies. While payments technology and effectiveness have gained the lion's share of attention and investment during the technology surge of the past several years, receivables management capability is a major component of cost efficiency, cash flow effectiveness, and client satisfaction. Since it is also one of the more difficult parts of the cash cycle to influence, forward-thinking companies and their financial service providers should be taking a close look at prioritizing this important series of processes and supporting technology.
In a new research report, Improving Receivables Management: Ignore at Your Own Peril, the author discusses the importance of receivables technology investment, the latest trends, and vendors driving change in the space. Digital technology adoption is creating opportunities for banks and their clients to find more effective methods to improve collections cash flow through payments processing efficiencies.
Highlights of the report include:
- A discussion of the ongoing global challenges regarding average collection periods and reasons that receivables investment makes sense
- Analysis of real corporate data to identify free cash flow benefits of improving receivables management.
- A review of the technology now gaining in adoption, such as integrated receivables capabilities
- Detailed benefits associated with the components of improved receivables technology
- An overview of vendors providing solutions across the receivables management space.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
3. Prioritizing Receivables
4. Receivables Solutions
5. Integrated Receivables
6. Integrated Receivables Case Review
7. Receivables Technology Providers
- ACI Worldwide
- Alliance Payment Solutions
- First Data Corp
- Jack Henry
- US Dataworks
- Wausau Financial Systems
For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fm95xw/improving