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Capture the Elusive Unbilled Receivables

Unbilled Receivables

At first glance, the mechanical interpretation of accounts receivables appears to be simple: provide a product or service to a customer and receive payment for it. Unfortunately, the reality cannot be further from this - a number of factors impact the effectiveness of this process.

These factors can delay the time in which payments are received and therefore increase days sales outstanding (DSO) and negatively affect working capital.

Key Points

  • Receivables triggers
  • Managing unbilled receivables
  • Significant improvements

 

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