Understanding DSO

Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) is a widely used method to help evaluate how effective a company is at collecting receivables. This metric is used to measure the average number of days it takes a

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Collections Representative

What is a collections representatives? A collections representative does the brunt of hard work in the accounts receivable department. These are people that are actively calling and emailing accounts to attempt to collect from past

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Credit Manager

What is a Credit Manager? A credit manager plays a vital role in a business’ accounting and accounts receivable department. If a business works on credit terms with other businesses, the credit manager is the

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Bill of Lading

If you’re in the transportation and logistics industry, you’ll be pretty familiar with the Bill of Lading. A bill of lading is a contractual agreement with a company and their client. All of the terms

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Receivables Document Management

Document management solutions were created for a very simple reason. Businesses realized that having to maintain hundreds of thousands of paper files and important documents was risky. If all documents are stored in a file

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AP -vs- AR

There are a lot of different terms in the accounting profession that are very unique. You would not find this type of language outside of business and accounting, which means it can become very confusing

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