Receivables Turnover versus Days Sales Outstanding

Tracking performance of an Accounts Receivable team is done, in part, by assessing key performance indicators (KPIs). Since cash flow is necessary for operations, collecting what’s owed to your organization is a vital activity.

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5 Best Practices in Collections for AR Management

The sooner your organization gets paid, the faster you can invest the money you’re paid into growing your business. On the other hand, when customer payments are slow to come in, you may experience significant cash flow problems that can make it much harder to achieve your business objectives.

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What Is the Ideal Accounts Receivable Process?

Cash flow is a serious problem for many businesses. In fact, one study found that 82% of companies that were forced to close their doors attributed their downfall to cash shortages.

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YayPay Distinguished as a Top User Experience Platform for Accounts Receivable Software

FinancesOnline.com Recognizes YayPay with Its
2017 Great User Experience and Rising Star Awards

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A Brief History of Accounts Receivable

For most businesses today, giving yourself an edge is critical. Allowing your clients terms when it comes to when and how they pay for goods and services is an excellent way to give your business an edge.  Yes, we will be talking about accounts receivable.  In this article, we’ll explore its history starting from ancient Mesopotamia to Excel to AR Automation today.

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YayPay Hires Executives to Accelerate Growth and Develop Product

YayPay Welcomes Patrick Falle as Chief Revenue Officer and Nicole Dwyer as Chief Product Officer

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Radical Innovation Comes to the Back Office

Originally published by Paul Grossinger on Inc.com.

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How Productive Is Your Collections Team?

For most businesses, accounts receivable (AR) has been developed and standardized to ensure one thing: that payments are received on time. Outstanding receivables are not only the bane of most accounting teams, they can be used to gauge their productivity (or lack thereof).

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