Release Working Capital: How to Fix Faulty Debt Recovery

Posted: 04/08/2014

From Accounts Receivable to Smarter Receivables

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We’d wager that one of your biggest challenges is releasing enough cash to the business to enable it to grow and expand.

In fact: Inefficient and ineffective debt recovery is the single most significant reason that valuable working capital gets stuck in the system, instead of being available to the business. And what's hindering debt recovery? The processes employed.

Simply automating (no matter how swanky the technology) an outdated procedure is not the solution. Instead, think about the reasons for non-payment. Now think about controling what impacts those reasons. Curious? Read on…

If you feel you may not have enough control over your debt book this report by MoretonSmith, From Accounts Receivable to Smarter Receivables, is for you.

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Posted: 04/08/2014

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