Tech Companies to Watch 2019: YayPay
YayPay's software combines real-time accounts receivables, analytics, and payment predictions to help businesses increase cash flow.
A Recession Lesson for Working Capital Management
An analysis of automakers' changes to managing working capital after the Great Recession offers lessons for other industries ahead of the next downturn.
Six Ways to Reduce Days Sales Outstanding
Years of low interest rates and easy credit have allowed companies to take their eye off the ball when it comes to managing days sales outstanding.
GE Beats Estimates in ‘Strong Start’ to 2017
Industrial cash flow came in low, disappointing investors, but GE still expects to hit $12 billion to $14 billion for the year.
Metric of the Month: Financial Shared Services Centers
Not only do the top-performing financial shared services centers process more invoices and receipts with fewer people, those people accomplish much more.
How to Get Customers to Respond to Invoices on Time
Common mistakes include misplacement of the invoice and a failure by the approver to processes the invoice.
SEC’s Pot Calling the Kettle Black?
The securities regulator has deficiencies in some financial controls and weak cybersecurity measures, says the GAO.
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.
SupplierPay: Cynicism, Optimism and Reality
Is the government's initiative to help small suppliers a bag of wind or a bona fide hope?
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.