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

Adrian Floate
11 May - 5 min read

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. Over the last two years, 60 per cent of businesses experienced increased debt management costs, and 54 per cent of companies say that B2B credit sales result in late payments.

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