Companies achieve enhanced performance by conducting business transactions in an intelligently optimized way. By combining the functions of treasury, accounting, credit, and cash flow, businesses can reduce the risks that come with Day 1 of their operations, leading to a higher return on investment (ROI).
Treasury and Credit Risk Management
Order-to-cash is a strategic driver of the business. Cashflow keeps things going when there is unpredictability, enhancing business resilience and making sustainable outcomes achievable.
Leaders are aware that they must drive change and operate strategically. The pressures placed on a Treasurer by the volatile market conditions we are all facing are:
- to operate with agility
- provide insights driven by actionable data
- and evaluate different options for cashflow acceleration
These demands underscore the need for Treasury to transform and adapt to the current business environment, which requires new skills, behaviors, and ways of working in order to be a leading business function.
Leading businesses are speeding up their order-to-cash processes and lowering the credit risk of their customers. Using AI and cloud technology, they avoid the usual financial risks that come with being ready to do business on Day 1.
Modernization for Efficiency
Reconciling unapplied cash and accounts receivable, as well as monitoring and examining credit and collections, processes, and system transitions, are all ways top businesses reduce the financial risks that often come with business transactions.
Resilient businesses know the ultimate goal is to move to a modern operating model by using digital innovations like cloud technology to speed up the order-to-cash process and refocus on credit risk intelligence, making business transactions more efficient.