Will Virtual Cards Finally Find a Big Market in AP?
Payments-industry observers say it's an idea whose time may have come.
A high-performing finance operations function can add value throughout a company.
A New Role for CFOs: Chief Technologist
Increasing processing power, software advancements, and the Internet of Things will transform the jobs of finance chiefs to include the technologist role.
Company ‘Lives Another Day’ Thanks to Revenue Collection
In YRC's darkest days, a concerted accounts receivable effort kept the company's doors open some days.
These Industries Pay Their Suppliers the Fastest
A new study by Sageworks shows some industries pay their clients much faster than others. But that doesn't make them creditworthy.
Delaying Supplier Payments Isn’t Always Smart
If you can process the invoice quickly, it may be better to take advantage of early-payment discounts.
SupplierPay: Cynicism, Optimism and Reality
Is the government's initiative to help small suppliers a bag of wind or a bona fide hope?
Uncovering Cash and Insights from Working Capital
Companies that improve the performance of their working capital can generate cash and see benefits far beyond the finance department.
Running in Place
The working capital performance of America’s largest companies is flat for the third straight year, according to the 2014 CFO/REL Scorecard.
Prepping the Financials for a Sale
Don't let material balance sheet errors, insupportable earnings projections or revenue recognition errors stop a buyer from acquiring your company.
Five Reasons Why Your Finance Transformation Failed
You focused too much on finance costs and satisfying internal customers, thought of it as a finite project and relied too heavily on consultants.