Is YayPay a CRN Emerging Vendor? Yes!

YayPay is proud of every achievement and industry honor it receives – and just recently, we were named by CRN, a brand of the Channel Company, as one of its Emerging Vendors for 2018 in the cloud category. This is the second time YayPay received an honor from CRN; in May, Liz Anderson, Vice President of Marketing, was named to CRN’s 2018 Women of the Channel.

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Be Careful About Extending Credit To Just Anyone

All business owners have their sights set on growing small businesses into big ones. To do that, they need to lock down as many customers and drive as many sales as they possibly can.

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How a Company Can Still Be Profitable with a Negative Cash Flow

 Smart business owners understand how important cash flow is to the success of their companies. Without cash on hand, it’s difficult to cover operating expenses such as salaries, rent, utilities, and supplies. When money’s tight, pursuing new opportunities is out of the question.

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Getting Insight Out of Your AR Aging Report - Without a Crystal Ball

Every accounting program can create an accounts receivable (AR) aging report — unless you’re keeping your books like Bob Cratchit in a dusty Dickensian ledger. Depending on your app or software, you can change the parameters of the report, the aging buckets, and how granular the details are. It’s easy to get bogged down in creating the perfect report, but what matters more is how you use it.

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Get Out of the Banking Business & Start Doing AR Management Right

In an ideal world, every single one of your customers would pay you on time—if not ahead of schedule.

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YayPay Breaking New Ground in Receivables Management Systems

Serial entrepreneur Anthony Venus, co-founder and CEO of YayPay, knows a thing or two about running small businesses.

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4 Ways to Improve Your Receivables Performance

Running a successful and balanced accounts receivable department can be a tall order. In fact, many companies feel helpless when it comes to collecting payments on time. This is due to the fact that more than one out of every three invoices an average business sends out are paid late.

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What to Do When Your Cash Flow Forecast is Wrong

The cash flow forecast is a critical report for a business of any size or niche. Because it shows how much money you’ll receive and disburse in a given period, the cash forecast serves as a touchstone for decisions about acquisitions, payroll, investing, marketing, and more. If this vital report is inaccurate, the fallout can be potentially dire for your business.

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