Poor Credit History? No Problem: E-Commerce Firm
Zebit extends credit to people who don't qualify for credit cards — and charges 0% interest. Can this business really work?
To Navigate a Recession, Beware Mental Momentum
Internal resistance to change — or mental momentum — can prevent companies from properly responding to new market economics.
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.
Working Capital Scorecard: Suppliers Can Wait
The cash conversion cycle improved once again in 2017, largely because many companies took as long as possible to pay suppliers.
Backed by Finance Operations, Avnet Turns the Page
The big semiconductor distributor charts a broad new strategic path and employs key financial strategies to overcome challenging times.
Metric of the Month: Days Sales Outstanding
Collections are key to a low days sales outstanding (DSO) number — and the faster the money comes in, the more breathing room an organization has.
CFO’s Tech Companies to Watch 2018: Tipalti
Our third selection, Tipalti, is solving the mounting payables problem faced by growing midmarket businesses.
Metric of the Month: Cash-to-Cash Cycle Time
The faster you can turn inventory into cash, the healthier your company will be. Here’s why cash-to-cash cycle time matters.
Using Tax Savings to Pare Supply Costs?
Buyer-supplier intermediary C2FO hopes for a business windfall from the GOP tax bill.
Intuit Launches Small-Business Loan Service
The software company is aiming to leverage the data it collects from QuickBooks to make working-capital loans of up to $35,000.
Late Shift: The 2017 Working Capital Scorecard
Delaying payments is boosting the working capital performance of America’s largest companies, but also masking a lack of efficiency.