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Receivables Management Is Back on the Radar

出版商 Mercator Advisory Group, Inc. 商品編碼 893721
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 15 Pages, 5 Exhibits
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
再次備受注目的債權管理 Receivables Management Is Back on the Radar
出版日期: 2019年07月24日內容資訊: 英文 15 Pages, 5 Exhibits



  • 世界各國的企業所面臨的付款延遲的各種課題的詳細分析
  • 平均日期,滯納,應收賬款回收期間等,付款業務相關的全球各種地區和市場資料
  • 債權處理業務的自動化直接影響現金轉換週期,改善財務比率的情形的相關分析
  • 數位時代加深之下,銀行及其客戶企業為了維持競爭力應考慮債權相關的重要技術創新相關討論


  • AFP
  • Atradius
  • Bank of America
  • Basware
  • Billtrust
  • CGI
  • CheckAlt
  • Citi
  • CreditPoint
  • Comdata
  • Coupa
  • Dade Systems
  • Deluxe
  • FIS
  • Fiserv
  • FTNI
  • High Radius
  • Invoicely
  • Mastercard
  • J.P. Morgan
  • Microsoft
  • Nacha
  • Oracle
  • PNC
  • Quickbooks
  • SAP
  • Serrala
  • SmartStream
  • Tradeshift
  • Transcentra
  • Tungsten
  • U.S. Dataworks
  • Visa
  • Wells Fargo
  • Zoho

Automating receivables management is a natural progression to digitizing corporate cash cycle processes.

In new research, Mercator Advisory Group reports an increased recognition that receivables modernization is required as payables become digitized.

Automating some or all of the activities that encompass corporate accounts receivable has been climbing the priority list as financial professionals increasingly see how digitalization affects the cash cycle.

In a new research report, ‘Receivables Management Is Back on the Radar’, Mercator Advisory Group reviews how the age-old problem of efficiently collecting money from buyers and optimizing cash application can improve the bottom line through reduced cost and better cash flow. The growth in digital payments over the past several years is now having a follow-on effect in the handling invoiced payments, causing treasury to consider improving receivables management as well.

“There is a continuing trend for convergence of corporate financial systems and processes, generally referred to as procure-to-pay. Receivables have in the past been considered a specialized operation, not necessarily viewed as generically connected to the other financial management processes,” commented Steve Murphy, Director of Mercator Advisory Group's Commercial and Enterprise Payments Advisory Service, author of the report. “This is beginning to change as more companies are recognizing that effective processing of inbound payments also has significant impact on working capital effectiveness. Banks are also getting the message as traditional lockbox services become inadequate to handle the increase of e-payments. Forward-thinking banks and their clients are now taking a closer look at supporting receivables processes with new technology.”

The document is 15 pages long and contains 5 exhibits.

Companies and other organizations mentioned in this report include: AFP, Atradius, Bank of America, Basware, Billtrust, CGI, CheckAlt, Citi, CreditPoint, Comdata, Coupa, Dade Systems, Deluxe, FIS, Fiserv, FTNI, High Radius, Invoicely, Mastercard, J.P. Morgan, Microsoft, Nacha, Oracle, PNC, Quickbooks, SAP, Serrala, SmartStream, Tradeshift, Transcentra, Tungsten, U.S. Dataworks, Visa, Wells Fargo, and Zoho.

Highlights of the report include:

  • A detailed review of the ongoing challenges associated with late payments for companies across the globe.
  • Data for multiple regions and various markets regarding payment practices, including average terms, delinquencies, and days sales outstanding.
  • Analysis of how better receivables process automation has a direct impact on the cash conversion cycle and improves financial ratios.
  • Review of key receivables technology innovations that banks and their corporate clients should be considering in order to remain competitive in this increasingly digital era.