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How to reduce credit risk with A/R automation

How to reduce credit risk with A/R automation

We’ve talked a lot about how A/R automation can help businesses save time, reduce errors, scale effectively, and get paid faster. However, there’s another key area where A/R automation workflows pay off: monitoring risk as it relates to customer credit.

Many business-to-business (B2B) companies offer their customers the ability to purchase on credit. Merchants may negotiate payment terms upfront, or just accept the customer’s standard payment terms (as some are non-negotiable). That means delayed payments and reduced cash flow for the merchant.

What is accounts receivable (A/R) automation and how can it help?

What is accounts receivable (A/R) automation and how can it help?

Accounts receivable (A/R) is arguably one of the most important functions of a business. If customers are paying for any percentage of their purchase on credit, this critical department (or individual) is, in many cases, solely responsible for collecting payments. Without those payments, the company may not survive.

And yet, even though A/R plays such a critical part of a surviving (and thriving) business, it is very frequently neglected. Just take a look at these numbers to understand how:

Here are 3 critical billing terms you should know

Here are 3 critical billing terms you should know

Managing the billing operation for any business means you’ve encountered your fair share of definitions. It’s helpful to know as many as possible, but there are a few key terms that you’ve got to understand in order to function.

We really can’t overstate this point: a huge part of doing business (and keeping afloat) is getting paid. No matter what you are selling, you must have a clear and effective way to collect payments from customers. If you’re offering goods and/or services on credit (as opposed to paying up front in full), the payment collection process is even more important.

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