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21 Nov '22

Common invoicing mistakes that lead to late payments and how to avoid them

Invoicing is a core component of your business that can either lead to stable cash flow or late payments. And while it may feel like all of the power is in your debtor’s hands when it comes to getting paid on time, that isn’t always the case.

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14 Nov '22

How to know if your business is processing secure payments

With a more digital and connected world, we have seen a surge in the adoption of eCommerce technologies and contactless payments.

Ola Polczynski
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3 Nov '22

How to improve your accounts payable process and protect your business against fraud

Traditional payment processes are resource-heavy and time-consuming to manage. Digitising your Accounts Payable process will help secure your payments and save you time and money.

Ola Polczynski
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31 Oct '22

How to save money on merchant fees

Paying merchant fees might seem like the simple cost of doing business, but the recent surge in eCommerce means it is an area where businesses can save a significant amount of money.

Ola Polczynski
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18 Oct '22

Sales Order Management: How to better deliver on sales and convert orders to revenue faster

A Sales Order Management System is a digital solution that enables businesses to easily manage pricing, distribution, payments and tracking of shipments.

Ola Polczynski
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28 Sep '22

Invoice finance, explained: What it is and how it works

Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business, because with poor cash flow it ultimately becomes impossible for any business to function properly. When cash flow becomes tight, many tend to draw on other sources of funds – including banks and personal finances – just to stay on top of their bills.

Ola Polczynski
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15 Jun '22

Common accounts receivable issues and what businesses can do to overcome them

Chasing late invoice payments is a burden for any business, and still, more than half of B2B payments in Australia continue to be processed late, costing businesses, on average, $115 billion every year.

Ola Polczynski
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11 May '22

Smart practices to help you optimise your credit control and strengthen cash flow

When you’re running a large operation with hundreds of invoices processed each month, the resources required to manage your payments grow quickly, especially when ageing receivables become a problem. While customers may not pay their invoices for various reasons, it happens too often, causing a range of challenges and increased risk.

Adrian Floate
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5 May '22

How businesses can leverage digital solutions to boost their cash flow and grow

Digital payments helped businesses get paid safely and efficiently throughout the COVID-19 lockdowns and associated restrictions. But as economies reopen many challenges still face businesses including supply chain disruptions, the ‘great resignation’, rising inputs such as fuel, and the expense of reopening. These business challenges make now an opportune time to build on the processes optimised throughout the pandemic, especially across B2B trade.

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3 Mar '22

Pay Invoice by Link – What is it and how does it work?

In an increasingly cashless society, how can sellers easily and cost-effectively receive payment? One answer is using Pay Invoice By Link technology.

Ola Polczynski
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23 Feb '22

Five reasons to automate your accounts payable process

Automation helps businesses to realise efficiencies while providing a range of other benefits. If you’re like most businesses, accounts payables is likely an area that could benefit from automation to reduce manual processes and the need to manage each invoice one-by-one.

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17 Feb '22

How to reduce non-payment risk and minimise your credit exposure

Late payments expose your business to significant financial risk. According to data from the Australia Financial Security Authority (AFSA), people recently entering personal insolvency owe 32 per cent of their debts to a business, sole trader or individual, while 35 per cent is owed to banks. With trade credit almost as high as bank debt, it’s an important reminder of the risk to businesses when they provide goods and services on credit.