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Order-to-Cash Cycle in WCM


The Order-to-Cash Cycle (O2C) covers all the processes from taking the order through to banking the payment receipt, see figure below. The main working capital management objective in O2C is to…

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Creating the digital CFO

by Ben Poole

Digital CFO

BlackLine and Kyriba have partnered on a joint solution that accelerates bank connectivity, AR automation and financial close management.

Working Capital Management

How to manage working capital through an economic downturn

by Giles Newell , Treasury Advisory Executive, Bank of America
by Bruce Meuli , Treasury Advisory Executive, Bank of America

Working Capital

Checklist on how to optimise your Total Working Capital management

Inventory Cycle in WCM

$460bn liquidity just waiting to be freed up

by Jack Large


J.P. Morgan Working Capital Index identifies huge amounts of liquidity if only corporates could get their working capital act together

Cash Flow Forecasting

Cash forecasting: A data story

by Nicolas Christiaen , CEO & Founder, Cashforce

In the huge amount of available data, it’s important to distinguish internal from external data

Working Capital Management

When will business ever take WCM seriously?

by Jack Large

Latest PwC annual global Working Capital Study shows businesses are not “Unlocking cash” and lists HOW TO RELEASE YOUR CASH

Cash & Liquidity Management

Treasury and payments news roundup

by Kylene Casanova

A roundup of news stories from Volante, IFC, Demica, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and CompleXCountries

Working Capital Management

Accounts receivables: Getting the basics right

by Brian Shanahan, Founder & CEO , Informita

Brian Shanahan, CEO and founder of Informita & Termscheck is passionate about why it is essential to get the basics in accounts receivables right before introducing automation.

Payments - Receipts

Seven steps to better accounts receivable

by Bija Knowles

Too many companies treat accounts receivable (AR) as an afterthought but in doing so, they overlook opportunities – establishing an excellent order-to-cash process is essential