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This paper presents the advantages of virtual networks, as opposed to social credit groups, as a source of broad, deep, timely, and affordable accounts receivable data and analytics, using information and case studies from our experience.
So much has happened in Credit Management over the last decade that it is difficult even
to remember what the work day was like when “technology” was still in the computer room
instead of on the desktop. This transformation will continue, of course, and Credit Management is evolving into a data-driven, function driven by artificial intelligence(AI), robotic processes (RP), advanced scoring analytics (ASA), and automated workflows that eliminate most of the manual tasks and duties previously performed.
Credit2B’s virtual credit networks platform yields superior results in the timeliness, quality, and affordability of trade credit decision-making – a group of clients shares its experience in solving a significant finance operation problem with a simple but powerful solution.
This informative white paper provides actionable guidance on how to unlock accounts receivable cash flow from your customers using data, technology, and managed services.
Credit risk financial analysis is a critical ingredient in evaluating large credit exposures. We hear a lot about EBITDA. What is it, and how does it apply to LBOs?
Poor accounts receivable and collection practices = poor cash flow, so implementing some or all of these basic best practices can help your bottom line. It’s that simple.
Learn about 13 fundamental credit management best practices that we have identified for you to implement in your organization now.
There is often a “recognition deficit” when it comes to the perceived value of credit management within an organization. This paper provides pragmatic insights on how talented credit managers can positively change perceptions and reduce their “recognition deficits”.
Credit Managers, because they are frequently active in industry groups and communicate with competitors for customer credit references, need to have an understanding of antitrust issues, so that they do not inadvertently step over the regulatory line in the sand.