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Improving Cash Flow and Enabling Proactive Collection through Predictive Analytics    Comprehensive Order-to-Cash management and lower DSO (Days Sales Outstanding) can lead to increased cash flow, decreased financial costs, enhanced credit ratings, higher margins and heightened shareholder value. DSO is also a direct reflection of the strength of a company’s customer relationships, and is regularly […]

Improving Cash Flow and Enabling Proactive Collection through Predictive Analytics 
 
Comprehensive Order-to-Cash management and lower DSO (Days Sales Outstanding) can lead to increased cash flow, decreased financial costs, enhanced credit ratings, higher margins and heightened shareholder value. DSO is also a direct reflection of the strength of a company’s customer relationships, and is regularly used by the investment community as a key indicator of an enterprise’s market and financial strength.

Typical reasons that prevent Chief Financial Officers from playing a more proactive role in improving DSO include:

 

 

  • Huge data sets requiring analysis across business units; this leads to a lack of visibility across BUs and regions
  • A lack of analytical resources and time – this prevents companies from tracking and analyzing their DSO
  • The absence of tools for delayed collections root cause analysis
  • A lack of a clear methodology to enable effective drill down

 

 

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