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Accounts receivables refer to the money due to a company or organisation against goods and services. Accounts receivables are listed on the balance sheet as current assets. Since this is a vital component of every business, individuals need the support of technologies to speed up the accounts receivable process. This piece talks about technologies that boost the future of accounts receivables; read on. Top Three Technologies That Are Shaping The Future Of Accounts Receivables Here is…

Accounts Receivables (AR) refers to the proceeds or payments a company will receive from its customers for the products sold or services offered on credit. The term ‘receivables’ points to the money that is due to an organisation for goods and services offered from customers who are yet to pay for the same. Accounts receivables are featured as current assets on the balance sheet.  Businesses require cash to ensure all the activities/operations can run smoothly.…

Accounts Receivable (AR) Management is the foundation of a consistent and solid cash flow, keeping business in a situation to drive growth, work better, and increase productivity. In the new COVID economy, it has become evident that some AR measures are obsolete, being intensely dependent on paper and manual processes that restricted cash flow and scalability in such challenging times. As such, AR automation has become a cornerstone to ensure agile and resilient operations.  The…

Data has the potential to change the role of the modern corporate treasury by providing actionable insights allowing treasurers to manage their functions better. The spike in digitisation has positioned data as the epicentre of success for companies no matter which industry they belong to. It is changing the face of the world, helping to cure a disease, make a building more efficient, boost a company’s revenue or for those targeted ads you keep seeing every…

Corporate treasury has evolved from being transactional to a strategic one. Corporate treasury is gaining more attention like never before as its ability to control business operations has gone up including its data that bring greater insight into the financial risks facing the organisation. The unprecedented financial crisis has frequented the economy in short periods forcing the treasuries to rethink their strategies and plans to remain unaffected and prolong the cash liquidity. Technology provided the…

Companies are continually being questioned on the need to introduce measures on how to manage their liquidity at times of distress. Optimised liquidity with centralisation has always been one of the critical pillars of the corporate treasury. With economic downturn and recessions, that long-held premise is being put to the test as treasurers across the globe respond to a sudden increase in demand for funds to manage business activity. Unforeseen economic recessions like these, have…

Corporate treasuries miss out on investment opportunities using their company assets that have the potential to be a game-changer. Read to know more to turn the tables. The treasuries of large private corporations must be proactive and rethink their investment strategies – a trick that they can learn from the Indian government who is taking constructive measures to tackle issues like seamless payments for SMEs and creating investment options out of the payments. Companies striving…

In recent times the need for a corporate treasurer to adopt an integrated, holistic approach has gone up instead of temporary solutions for individual issues. The role of a corporate treasurer was confined to solely risk and cash management, but the speed and volatility of global business have transformed the responsibilities into something much bigger. Treasurers need to cope with the growing complexity of financial instruments, volatile financial markets, and the introduction of new regulations…