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Punchout Lowers Procurement Costs And Improves Working Capital Performance

Accurate measurement of days sales outstanding (DSO) and days payable outstanding (DPO) are critical for assessing overall corporate financial health, since total working capital performance can only be determined when DSO and DPO are used in conjunction with days inventory outstanding (DIO), days working capital (DWO) and cash conversion cycle (CCC) metrics. The impact of an effective punchout process on the financial health of an organization can be significant since DPO can now be more actively and intentionally managed as a factor in optimizing working capital performance.  Seamless - The buyer accesses the supplier’s ecommerce store directly from their internal [...]

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Why Finance Executives Should Care About Attended RPA and Order Entry Optimization

Ask any finance executive about one of the things they obsess over, and it is invariably Days Sales Outstanding (DSO). The magic number of how many days it takes for a company to convert its accounts receivables into cash varies over time, of course, but in general, the sooner a company gets to cash in hand, the stronger their cash flow and resulting financial positioning becomes. Properly managing DSO as an integral part of a strategic working capital effort requires that many components spread across segments of the OTC process be constantly evaluated and optimized. Many organizations start by benchmarking [...]

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