5 ways transaction intelligence can help reduce days sales outstanding (DSO)
As companies strive to improve working capital operating ratios, a common objective is to reduce days sales outstanding (DSO). But achieving this objective can be tricky. What used to be a straightforward task — generating, printing and mailing invoices — has morphed into a complex order-to-cash cycle often supported by an unruly hybrid of legacy paper-based processes and new electronic systems and applications. How can you reduce DSO, better manage cash flow and improve service?
In this white paper, you will learn:
- Smart order-to-cash cycle capabilities
- 5 steps to improving working capital by reducing DSO
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