Optimizing Working Capital: Five AR Strategies to Accelerate Your Cash Conversion Cycle | Esker

Presented by Esker and Financial Executives International
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At the end of the day, the primary focus of every business should be positive cashflow management and getting cash in the door. Unfortunately, uncollected credit sales or AR remains a common challenge that not only jeopardizes short-term success but a company’s ongoing growth and competitive position.  

In this live webinar, Esker’s Ed Bratz lays out how businesses can optimize working capital through digital transformation, including how AR automation can help facilitate:
  • Real-time visibility into AR metrics (beyond DSO)
  • Reduced costs & improve productivity via mail services
  • Streamlined collections strategies & reduce customer credit risks
  • Improved overall customer experience via self-service portal tools  
     
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Speakers

Ed Bratz

Business Development Manager
Esker

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-internet-based

Field

Information Technology, Technical

Prerequisites

None

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